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Unit 3 Exam Review Ms. Ramos Alta Loma High School
The British justified their refusal to withdraw from the northwestern posts by claiming that the US had failed to live up to its promises ► in the peace treaty.
When the Annapolis meeting of 1786, that was called to discuss commercial problems seemed about to fail, ___ proposed a convention in Philadelphia to deal with constitutional reform. ► Alexander Hamilton
The model for many of the delegates to the Constitutional Convention was the ► Roman republic.
The Great, or Connecticut, Compromise settled the issue of representation by allowing ► 2 senators & representatives dependent on its pop
The principle of the Three-fifths Compromise was that ► 3/5 of slaves would count for representation and taxation.
The most drastic departure from past experience under the new Constitution was the creation of a powerful presidency.
The president’s veto power and the impeachment power of congress are both examples of ► checks and balances.
During the ratification of the Constitution, bitter disputes in ___ led to the writing of the Federalist Papers. ► New York
Much Anti-federalist opposition to the Constitution disappeared when ► Federalists promised to add a bill of rights.
The French Revolution and the ensuing war between France and Britain tended to ► further divide American political parties.
In the election of 1796 when John Adams was chosen president, ____ was elected vice-president. ► Thomas Jefferson
The French demand for a bribe as a condition to negotiations with America was called the ► XYZ Affair.
The repressive measures which Federalists passed primarily to smash their Republican opponents were the ► Alien and Sedition Acts.
The winner of the 1800 election was chosen by the ► House of Representatives.
____ wanted to preserve America as a nation of minimal government and small independent farmers. ► Thomas Jefferson
The purpose of the ___ was to maintain Federalist control of the judicial branch against Jeffersonianism. ► Judiciary Act of 1801