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Articles of Confederation Constitutional Convention TermsPeopleMisc. 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points U.S. Constitution
The sole branch of government under the AOC.
What is the Legislative Branch?
Group that retained sovereignty under the AOC.
What are the State Governments?
Term for a league of friendly states.
What is confederation?
The power to tax, draft soldiers, or regulate trade.
What are powers the federal government did not have under the AOC?
Name of provision that opened the way for westward settlement in an orderly manner.
What is the Northwest Ordinance?
The delegates’ instructions at the Convention.
What is to revise/amend the Articles of Confederation?
The President of the Convention.
Who is George Washington?
The plan proposing congressional representation to be equal per state.
What is the New Jersey Plan?
The plan proposing congressional representation to be based on states’ population.
What is the Virginia Plan?
The agreement allowing the counting of slaves for taxation and representation.
What is the 3/5 th Compromise?
The Father of the Constitution.
Who is James Madison?
The agreement reached between the Virginia & New Jersey plans.
What is the Great Compromise?
The branches of government created by the Constitution.
What are Legislative, Executive & Judicial Branches?
The vote required for ratification of the Constitution.
What is 9 of the 13 states?
The system where power is shared between the national government & state governments.
What is federal system (federalism)?
A period of low economic activity.
What is a depression?
A formal plan of government.
What is a constitution?
A system where people elect their representatives.
What is a republic?
An agreement between 2 or more sides in which each give up a little of what they want.
What is a compromise?
An addition to a formal document.
What is an amendment?
Alexander Hamilton, James Madison & John Jay.
Who are Federalists who contributed essays in the Federalist Papers?
The most famous Anti-Federalist.
Who is Patrick Henry?
The group that feared disorder without a strong central government.
Who are the Federalists?
The Massachusetts farmer who begged for a stronger federal government.
Who is Daniel Shays?
The group that opposed the Constitution lacking a Bill of Rights.
Who are the Anti-Federalists?
Date of the Declaration of Independence.
What is July 4 th, 1776?
The plan of government used from Revolution through Constitutional Convention.
What is the Articles of Confederation?
Delegates at convention faced problem of balancing these two things.
What are powers of national government & state governments?
The Constitution gained approval in this year.
What is 1787?
Small states favored this plan for representation while large states favored this plan.
What are the New Jersey Plan & the Virginia Plan?
Make your wager
The main responsibility of the Legislative Branch, Executive Branch & Judicial Branch.
What are make the laws, enforce/execute laws, & study/interpret laws?