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What is the number of representatives based on?
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What is the number of representatives based on?
population and wealth
How is the Executive branch chosen?
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How is the Executive branch chosen?
one person chosen by Congress
How is the Judicial branch chosen?
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How is the Judicial branch chosen?
by Congress
How is the Legislative branch chosen?
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How is the Legislative branch chosen?
2 Houses - Lower House=population Upper House= chosen by Lower House
Why did the Virginia plan want Congress to choose the President?
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Why did the Virginia plan want Congress to choose the President?
Va has the most reps and most well known politicians
What is the number of representatives based on?
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What is the number of representatives based on?
equal number per state
How is the Executive branch chosen?
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How is the Executive branch chosen?
Executive committee chosen by Congress
How is the Judicial branch chosen?
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How is the Judicial branch chosen?
Chosen by Executives
How is the Legislative branch chosen?
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How is the Legislative branch chosen?
One house chosen by state legislators
Why did the NJ plan want one house of Congress?
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Why did the NJ plan want one house of Congress?
Representation would be equally shared amongst all the states and NOT based on population
What is the number of representatives based on?
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What is the number of representatives based on?
2 Houses (bicameral) House of Reps = population Senate= 2 per state
How is the Executive branch chosen?
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How is the Executive branch chosen?
1 President chosen by electors that are chosen by the people
How is the Judicial branch chosen?
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How is the Judicial branch chosen?
Justices appointed by the Presidnt but confirmed by Senate
How is the Legislative branch chosen?
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How is the Legislative branch chosen?
2 Houses- Senate (Upper House) = state legislators House of Reps. (Lower House) voted by population
Name 2 authors of the CT Compromise
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Name 2 authors of the CT Compromise
Roger Sherman, Oliver Ellsworth
We must have a 'Bill of Rights'
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We must have a 'Bill of Rights'
Anti-Federalist
The National government is not too powerful
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The National government is not too powerful
Federalist
A Separation of Powers is not needed
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A Separation of Powers is not needed
Federalist
The central government mirrors that of a Monarchy
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The central government mirrors that of a Monarchy
Anti-Federalist
A strong cental government is needed for foreign relations
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A strong cental government is needed for foreign relations
Federalist
Name two authors of the now famous 'Federalist Papers'
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Name two authors of the now famous 'Federalist Papers'
Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, John Jay
Name 2 popular Anit-Fedralists of the time
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Name 2 popular Anit-Fedralists of the time
Patrick Henry, Samuel Adams, Geroge Mason, George Clinton
How are the Separation of Powers and the System of Checks and Balances related?
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How are the Separation of Powers and the System of Checks and Balances related?
3 branches of government (Executive, Legislative, Judicial) that keep each branch in check
Which state did not attend the Constitutional Convention?
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Which state did not attend the Constitutional Convention?
Rhode Island
Why did some opponents of the Constitution decide to vote in favor of ratification?
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Why did some opponents of the Constitution decide to vote in favor of ratification?
Without a new government structure this young country would break up
How many delegates attended the Constitutional Convention?
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How many delegates attended the Constitutional Convention?
55




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