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1 TEST REVIEW ~Get out your Cornell Notes and your book to help you answer the review questions.~

2 Game/Review rules: 1. Teacher will read question. 2. Students will look up answers in book, workbook and/or notes. 3. Teacher will take the majority answer. 4. Class with the most correct point wins and each student receives a 5 pt. ticket.

3 a.Governor b.President c.State representative d.State senator

4 a. governor

5 a.Appointed representatives b.Elected representatives c.Kingships d.Monarchies

6 b. Elected representatives

7 a.Currency to be created b.Foreign troops c.New states in the west d.The military

8 c. New states in the West

9 a.Mississippi Territory b.Northwest Territory c.Ohio Territory d.Western Territory

10 b. Northwest Territory

11 a.Drawing maps b.Native Americans c.New states d.The nation’s finances

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13 a.Criminals’ homes b.Farmers’ land c.Stolen goods d.Money from taxes

14 b. Farmers’ land

15 a.The need for getting money b.The practice of slavery c.Women’s right to vote d.The right of rebellion

16 b. The practice of slavery

17 a.New Jersey Plan b.New York Plan c.Northwest Territory Plan d.Virginia Plan

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19 a.The Great Compromise b.The three-fifths Compromise c.The Two-Thirds Compromise d.The Washington Compromise

20 a. The Great Compromise

21 a.Limit the number of new states b.Limit trade c.Require religion to be practiced d.Take rights away from people

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23 a.Baron de Montesquieu b.Benjamin Franklin c.John Adams d.John Locke

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25 a.Maryland b.New York c.North Carolina d.Rhode Island

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27 a.Constitutional branch b.Executive branch c.Judicial branch d.Legislative branch

28 b. Executive branch

29 a.Constitutional branch b.Executive branch c.Judicial branch d.Legislative branch

30 c. Judicial branch

31 a.Allowed for the spread of slavery b.Encouraged the sale of land to speculators c.Provided a method for petitioning for statehood d.Denied a bill of rights for settlers

32 c. Provided a method for petitioning for statehood

33 a.Strength of the Articles of Confederation b.Weakness of the Virginia Plan c.Weakness of the Articles of Confederation d.Strength of the United States Constitution

34 c. Weakness of the Articles of Confederation

35 a.A two-house legislature b.A court system c.One vote for each state d.A chief executive chosen by the legislature

36 c. One vote for each state

37 a.English philosopher John Locke b.French writer Baron de Montesquieu c.King George III d.Italian philosopher Niccolo Machiavelli

38 a. English philosopher John Locke

39 a.Government oppression b.The establishment of a state religion c.Disorder without a strong central government d.A national sales tax

40 a. Government oppression

41 a. The person who suggested the Great Compromise b.The farmer who lead a revolt c.The leader of the Constitutional Convention d.The “Father of Constitution”

42 a. The person who suggested the Great Compromise

43 a. The “Father of the Constitution” b. The farmer who lead a revolt c. The leader of the Constitutional Convention d. A Constitution Framer

44 a.The farmer who lead a revolt

45 a.The presiding officer at the Constitutional Convention b.Proposed the Great Compromise c.Wrote that government is based on a contract between people and the ruler d.The farmer who lead a revolt

46 c. Wrote that government is based on a contract between people and the ruler

47 a.Benjamin Franklin b.George Washington c.John Adams d.Thomas Jefferson

48 b. George Washington

49 a. Don’t bother Studying tonight b.Forget your Cornell Notes from Lessons 1-3 c.Don’t bother doing a simple ½ page Learning Log d.Skip school Friday e.All of the above f.none of the above

50 f. None of the above


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