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Chapter 8 Vocabulary Review
A set of basic principles that determines the powers & duties of government. constitution
Document that created the First central government for the United States, was replaced by the Constitution in Articles of Confederation
Trade that is conducted between the states. Interstate commerce
Uprising of Massachusetts farmers led by Daniel Shays, to protest high taxes, heavy debt & farm foreclosures. Shays’s Rebellion
Series of essays that defended the Constitution & tried to reassure Americans that the states would not be overpowered by the proposed national government. Federalist Papers
Official changes, corrections, or additions to the law or the Constitution. amendments
People who lend money. creditors
Support for a type of government in which representatives are elected and in which the people hold the political power. republicanism
Fundamental rights, such as religious liberty and equality before the law. Natural rights
Taxes on imports or exports. tariffs
System established by the framers of the Constitution to prevent any branch of government from becoming too powerful. Checks and balances
Distribution of governmental power between a central authority and the states or provinces that make up the nation. federalism
Decision made at the Constitutional Convention that settled the issue of how the states would be represented in Congress. Great Compromise
Formal approval. ratification
Steep drop in economic activity combined with rising unemployment. depression
The Critical Period ConventionFounders Constitution.
UNITED STATES HISTORY AND THE CONSTITUTION USHC 1.4.
IMPROVING THE ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION Fix-a-Failure.
A MORE PERFECT UNION The United States develops from a confederation of states to a unified country ruled under one government The United States develops.
The Constitution. Independence Now What Prior to Independence states wrote new constitutions to replace state charters A Constitution is a written plan.
Principles of the U. S. Constitution. Seven principles found in the U. S. Constitution: separation of power separation of power checks and balances checks.
Ch. 5 Sec. 2. The Constitutional Convention Nationalists – People who supported a strong central gov’t. George Washington Ben Franklin James Madison.
Pearson Education, Inc., Longman © 2008 My Cornell Notes Rules 1. Write neatly 2. abbreviate when possible 3. write one question for each number in a section.
Articles of Confederation. Articles Background 1 st constitution for the colonies 1 st constitution for the colonies Confederation form of government.
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Goal 1.05 Identify the major domestic problems of the nation under the Articles of Confederation (A of C) and assess the extent to which they were resolved.
WILSON (10 TH EDITION), CHAPTER 2 D127 The Constitution.
Chapter 5 – Creating a New Government Section Notes The Articles of Confederation Drafting the Constitution Ratifying the Constitution Video Images Republican.
Standard 5. The student will explain specific events and key ideas that brought about the adoption and implementation of the United States Constitution.
The Constitution of the United States of America Mr. Brigida 8 th Grade U.S. History.
The Constitution Everything you wanted to know, but were afraid to ask.
Chapter 5 Section 1 1. How did the Articles of Confederation structure the government? a. loose union of the states under the authority of Congress (weak.
The Constitution: Structure and Principles. The U.S. Constitution The Founders created the Constitution with the desire to set up a republic, power.
The Constitution Magruder Chapter Three. The Six Basic Principles Section One.
Articles of Confederation v. The Constitution AP Government Unit I Lesson 1.
Political Negotiation “Great Compromise” –Upper house 2 delegates from each state –Lower house based on population Federal Judicial System –States.
Your School Logo Insert your School Logo! To Edit Goto> View> Master > Slide Master. Change the Icon on both Masters (MLK JR) or delete it. US History.
The Constitutional Convention. I. Articles of Confederation A. Americas 1st constitution B. Adopted during the Revolutionary War (1777) C. States had.
The Study of American Government Chapter 1. Political Power Ability to get others to act in accordance with desires/intentions Power as it affects government.
Chapter 3 An Enduring Document Section 1 Constitutional Principles.
The Articles of Confederation EQ: What are the Articles of Confederation and why were they a failure?
Weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation. Weakness No power to tax No national executive Unicameral legislature No judicial/national court No checks.
THIS IS With Host... Your Branches Important People Checks and Balances Bill of Rights Key Terms Articles of Confederation.
The U.S. Government under the Articles of Confederation The Critical Period? Why would this time period be called The Critical Period? (1781 – 1789)
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