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Early U.S. History Constitutional Convention Article I 7 Principles Articles II-VII
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America’s first Constitution was known by what name?
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America’s first Constitution was known by what name?
Articles of Confederation
What is a unicameral legislature?
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What is a unicameral legislature?
One-house law-making body
After the American Revolution, which nation maintained forts at Niagara, Detroit, and in the American west?
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After the American Revolution, which nation maintained forts at Niagara, Detroit, and in the American west?
Great Britain
What were two of the most significant weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation?
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What were two of the most significant weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation?
1) Congress could not tax, 2) Congress could not regulate interstate commerce, 3) There was no chief executive, 4) It was difficult to pass laws, 5) It was difficult to amend the Articles of Confederation
Whose rebellion in western Massachusetts made the nation aware of the economic issues facing the country?
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Whose rebellion in western Massachusetts made the nation aware of the economic issues facing the country?
Daniel Shays
Who arrived eleven days early and presented the Virginia Plan to the Constitutional Convention?
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Who arrived eleven days early and presented the Virginia Plan to the Constitutional Convention?
James Madison
Which plan did William Patterson present at the Constitutional Convention that only made minor changes to the Articles of Confederation?
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Which plan did William Patterson present at the Constitutional Convention that only made minor changes to the Articles of Confederation?
New Jersey Plan
According to the Virginia Plan, how was representation to be determined in Congress? And according to the New Jersey Plan, how was representation to be determined in Congress?
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According to the Virginia Plan, how was representation to be determined in Congress? And according to the New Jersey Plan, how was representation to be determined in Congress?
Virginia Plan: Based on the state's population & New Jersey Plan: based on equality
According to the compromise made at the Constitutional Convention concerning slavery, how much would a slave count towards a state’s official population for representation purposes?
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According to the compromise made at the Constitutional Convention concerning slavery, how much would a slave count towards a state’s official population for representation purposes?
Three-Fifths of a Person
According to the Great Compromise, how was representation to be determined in Congress?
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According to the Great Compromise, how was representation to be determined in Congress?
One house based on equality and one house based on the state’s population
Article I, Section 1 of the Constitution creates which branch of government?
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Article I, Section 1 of the Constitution creates which branch of government?
Legislative
Which two houses of Congress were created in Article I of the Constitution? Which is the lower and which is the upper house?
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Which two houses of Congress were created in Article I of the Constitution? Which is the lower and which is the upper house?
Lower House: House of Representatives & Upper House: Senate
How old must a person be in order to be a member of the lower house of Congress? And how old must a person be in order to be a member of the upper house of Congress?
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How old must a person be in order to be a member of the lower house of Congress? And how old must a person be in order to be a member of the upper house of Congress?
Lower House: 25 & Upper House: 30
Who is the presiding officer of the lower house of the Congress? Who is the presiding officer of the upper house of the Congress?
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Who is the presiding officer of the lower house of the Congress? Who is the presiding officer of the upper house of the Congress?
Lower house: Speaker of the House & Upper house: Vice President

What are 5 powers of congress listed in Article I of the Constitution?

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What are 5 powers of congress listed in Article I of the Constitution?


1. Tax for the Common Defense and General Welfare
2. Borrow Money
3. Regulate Commerce
4. Create Immigration Law and Bankruptcy Law
5. Coin Money and Set Weights and Measures
6. Regulate and Punish Counterfeiting of Money
7. Post Office
8. Patents and Copyrights
9. Set Up Lower Courts (Under the Supreme Court)
10. Regulate Maritime Law and Punish Piracy
11. Declare War
12. Raise and Support an Army
13 Maintain a Navy
14. Make and enforce Military Law
15. Call Militias to End Rebellions
16. Train the National Military
17. Make Laws on Federal Property
18. Necessary & Proper Clause

What is the name for a government where the people elect their representatives?
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What is the name for a government where the people elect their representatives?
Republic
Which constitutional principle is a division of power into branches to prevent misuse of power by any of the other branches?
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Which constitutional principle is a division of power into branches to prevent misuse of power by any of the other branches?
Separation of Powers
Which constitutional principle means that the only powers that the government has are listed in the Constitution?
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Which constitutional principle means that the only powers that the government has are listed in the Constitution?
Limited Powers
The sharing of power between national, state, and local governments is called what?
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The sharing of power between national, state, and local governments is called what?
Federalism
Which constitutional principle means that government gets it power from the people?
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Which constitutional principle means that government gets it power from the people?
Popular Sovereignty

Article II of the Constitution creates which branch?

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Article II of the Constitution creates which branch?


Executive


According to James Madison’s proposal at the Constitutional Convention, how long would the slave trade remain open?
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According to James Madison’s proposal at the Constitutional Convention, how long would the slave trade remain open?
20-Years
Who is the chief executive of the U.S.? How old must a person be in order to be the chief executive of the U.S.?
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Who is the chief executive of the U.S.? How old must a person be in order to be the chief executive of the U.S.?
President of the U.S. & 35
Article III of the Constitution creates which branch of government? & What is the name of the highest court in the U.S.
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Article III of the Constitution creates which branch of government? & What is the name of the highest court in the U.S.
Judicial & Supreme Court
A law requiring the return of runaway slaves to their masters is known as what?
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A law requiring the return of runaway slaves to their masters is known as what?
Fugitive Slave Law

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