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200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 Shays’ Rebellion Articles of Confederation Constitutional Convention Random Dudes Principles of The Constitution
Principles 100 What principle is protected by the first 10 amendments to the Constitution?
Principles 100 Individual Rights
Principles 200 Which principle states that the people will elect representative who make decisions for them?
Principles 200 Republicanism
Principles 300 What principle provides for three branches of government, each with specific responsibilities?
Principles 300 Separation of Powers
Principles 400 Which principle grants each of the branches the power to limit the powers of the other branches?
Principles 400 Checks and Balances
Principles 500 Which principle provides for the sharing of power between the national and state government?
Principles 500 Federalism
Shays’ Rebellion 100 In what state did Shays’ Rebellion occur?
Shays’ Rebellion $100 Massachusetts
Shays’ Rebellion $200 What group made up almost all of the rebels?
Shays’ Rebellion $200 Farmers
Shays’ Rebellion $300 What institutions did the rebels try to shut down?
Shays’ Rebellion $300 Courts
Shays’ Rebellion $400 What was the punishment for debtors at that time?
Shays’ Rebellion $400 Put in debtors prison
Shays’ Rebellion $500 The rebellion ended when the rebels unsuccessfully tried to capture what type of building?
Shays’ Rebellion $500 Armory or arsenal
Articles $100 What power did the national government lack, that prevented it from paying its war debt?
Articles $100 Taxation
Articles $200 What power did the national government lack, that prevented it from removing the British from land in the Northwest Territory?
Articles $200 Raise an army
Articles $300 What law, considered one of the successes of the Articles, divided the land in square areas called townships, and allowed that land to be sold?
Articles $300 Land Ordinance of 1785
Articles $400 What law, considered one of the successes of the Articles, established in writing freedom of religion and was the first law to make slavery illegal in a territory or state of the US?
Articles $400 Northwest Ordinance
Articles $500 How many states were needed to make changes in the Articles?
Articles $500 All 13
Constitutional Convention $100 What plan for representation proposed a bicameral legislature with both houses being based on population?
Constitutional Convention $100 Virginia Plan
Constitutional Convention $200 What small state plan for representation proposed a unicameral legislature with each state receiving equal representation?
Constitutional Convention $200 New Jersey Plan
Constitutional Convention $300 What plan proposed a bicameral legislature with representation in one house based on population and in the other house based on equal representation?
Constitutional Convention $300 Great Compromise
Constitutional Convention $400 What agreement allowed for every 5 slaves to count as 3 free people for the purposes of representation?
Constitutional Convention $400 3/5 Compromise
Constitutional Convention $500 What state did not send any delegates to the Constitutional Convention?
Constitutional Convention $500 Rhode Island
Random Dudes $100 What man is known as the “Father of the Constitution” because of his many contributions at the convention and during the ratification process?
Random Dudes $100 James Madison
Random Dudes $200 Who presented the New Jersey Plan at the Constitutional Convention?
Random Dudes $200 William Paterson
Random Dudes $300 Who was the most vocal and famous Anti-Federalist from Virginia?
Random Dudes $300 Patrick Henry
Random Dudes $400 What Federalist and co-author of the Federalist Papers was the strongest supporter of a strong executive branch, suggesting the US establish a king?
Random Dudes $400 Alexander Hamilton
Random Dudes $500 What Federalist was not allowed to attend the Convention by his state, but was instrumental in the ratification process and eventually became the first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court?
Random Dudes $500 John Jay
The Critical Period ConventionFounders Constitution.
Creating a New Government. Articles of Confederation Weak central government States rights Lacked the ability to – Tax – Regulate commerce No common currency.
Chapter 5 Section 2 ‘Drafting the Constitution’
Instructions for using this template. Remember this is Jeopardy, so where I have written “Answer” this is the prompt the students will see, and where.
Weaknesses of the Articles
Review for Chapter 4 Test
CREATING THE CONSTITUTION. ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION AND PERPETUAL UNION The Articles of Confederation- our first government Established a confederation-
ORIGINS OF AMERICAN GOVERNMENT
The United States in 1783 Articles of Confederation America’s 1 st national government was the Articles of Confederation ( ) The Articles established.
How do you form a government? The Articles of Confederation.
Sovereignty Freedom to self govern. Independent Free.
Are you ready?. Some reminders about the game: Answer the question on your sheet Circle the amount you win when you answer the question correctly These.
**A MEETING CALLED IN PHILADELPHIA
The Constitution as a Document of Compromise, Balance, and Flexibility.
The constitution is known as “The _________ Law of the Land”
The making of the Constitution
Belief that “WE the PEOPLE” hold the power of government.
Shaping A New Nation.
A loosely formed alliance with a weak central government is called a?
Unit 3 Vocabulary New Nation.
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