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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 1789. 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
Trade that is conducted between the states. Interstate commerce.
A set of basic principles and laws that states the powers and duties of the government CONSTITUTION.
Lesson 8.1 constitution Suffrage Northwest Ordinance of 1787 Articles of Confederation Where ideas for American government came from Land Ordinance of.
American Revolution 8.1 The Articles of Confederation.
Chapter 25 Section 1 The Cold War Begins Section 3 The Constitution Identify the weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation. Describe the role compromise.
Welcome! The Topic For Today Is…. Your Topic CompromisesVocabPotpourriChallengesTimes they are a changing Bonus Question: 5000 pts.
The New Nation Faces Challenges The Big Idea Problems faced by the young nation made it clear that a new constitution was needed. Main Ideas The United.
Chapter 5.2 Key Terms & People Tariffs: taxes on imports or goods Interstate commerce: trade between two or more states Inflation: occurs when there.
Experiments in Government. State Constitutions The Articles of Confederation Economic Problems Specter of Rebellion The Philadelphia Convention.
Unit 3 Vocabulary New Nation. Articles of Confederation A document adopted by the Second Continental Congress in 1777 and approved by the states in 1781.
Review for Chapter 8 Test Forming a Government Click to advance the slides.
C ALL TO F REEDOM HOLT HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON Beginnings to FORMING A GOVERNMENT (1771–1791) Section 1: The Articles of Confederation Section.
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2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Vocabulary Articles of Confederation.
Articles of Confederation and the Constitution. Why is this man Important? John Hanson.
Chapter 4 “A New Nation” Ms. Monteiro Articles of Confederation The New Nation Faces Challenges Creating the Constitution Grab bag.
Get a piece of scrap paper Number from 1 to 43 Let’s see what you know! Which one are you?
HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON The American Nation HOLT 1 Chapter 5 FROM CONFEDERATION TO FEDERAL UNION Section 1: The Articles of Confederation Section 2:
PACKET 7- REVIEW SHEET. DEMOCRACY A government ruled by the people-The citizens hold the political power.
Chapter 4 Jeopardy RedBlueGreenPurple Black Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
A Constitutional Convention Or How Sometimes You Just Have to Compromise.
HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON The American Nation HOLT IN THE MODERN ERA 1 Chapter 1 THE NEW NATION Section 1: Early Exploration and Settlement Section 2:
The Colonial Mind A. Belief that British politicians were corrupt. B. Belief in higher law of natural rights: life, liberty, property C. The American.
Formation of the United States Government. Developed idea of democracy, direct democracy, citizenship, and republic.
Ch. 2-3 Confederation and the Constitution. Republic-a government in which citizens rule through their elected officials. The Articles of Confederation.
Chapter 5: The Constitution Test Review. A detailed, written plan for government. constitution.
Study Guide Chapter 5 The Constitution. What is a group of people from each state who elect the President called? Electoral College.
What is the US Constitution? The supreme law of the United States. It is the foundation and source of the legal authority underlying the existence of the.
The U.S. Constitution Review the following presentation to help clarify your understanding of the Constitution.
The Constitution Foundations of American Government.
The Constitution Chapter 2 Pearson Education, Inc., Longman © 2008.
Revolution to Constitution. Articles of Confederation Americans feared centralized power for its potential for “tyranny” 1781: Articles of Confederation.
* Copy agenda down on your notebook, (backpacks should be behind you or on the floor). *Copy and answer Warm-Up question. -Be ready to share answers!!
Unit 1: Political Power Section 1: Constitution Essential Question: How did the Framers ensure that citizens would be protected from tyranny?
What ARE some influences on the American form of government? Ancient Greece democracy Rome a code of laws Enlightenment philosophers England most.
Level 2. Indirect representation : when elected officials elect higher officials Interstate commerce : trade between states Legislature: a law making.
Ratification of the Constitution Section 7-4 Federalists & Antifederalist When the Constitution was made public, a great debate began among Americans.
SSUSH5 The student will explain specific events and key ideas that brought about the adoption and implementation of the United States Constitution. a.
Topic: Forming a New Nation Essential Question: How is the Constitution superior to the Articles of Confederation?
Our U. S. Constitution Birth of our enduring nation.
Chapter 5 Section 1: The Articles of Confederation The Big Idea The Articles of Confederation provided a framework for a national government. Main Ideas.
Problems Facing the New Nation Debt; colonies owed money to: –Banks –Other nations –British merchants Small Army; facing threats from: –Spain, who blockaded.
The Federalist Papers The Debate Begins The Arguments for Federalism.
The Constitution. The Declaration of Independence July 2, 1776 colonies voted for independence (except New York, which abstained). July 4, 1776 Congress.
End of Course Exam Review. The purpose of a government is to create and enforce the public policies of a society. Every government has 3 types of power:
The Articles of Confederation. Weak central government (strong state governments) Federal government could not collect taxes. No Federal military.
Chapter 2 U.S. Government How Our Constitution was created.
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