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Ch 3.1 + 3.2

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  • Q1
    1st Constitution of the U.S. 1781-1788 (weaknesses-no executive, no judicial, no power to tax, no power to regulate trade)
    Declaration of the Rights of Man
    Articles of Confederation
    Declaration of Independence
  • Q2
    Angered by taxes & debts, Daniel Shays led a rebellion against the American Gov't. (SHOWED how Articles of Confederation were weak) the people didn't have a commercial bank and had to borrow from each other; were in large debt. Uprising led by Daniel Shays in an effort to prevent courts from foreclosing on the farms of those who could not pay the taxes, was a protest against the land being taken away and the taxes that they had worked for in Revolutionary war
    Shays' Rebellion (1786-1787)
    Nate's Rebellion
    American Revolution
    Yankee-Pennamite War
  • Q3
    Enacted in 1787, it is considered one of the most significant achievements of the Articles of Confederation. It established a system for setting up governments in the western territories so they could eventually join the Union on an equal footing with the original 13 states
    Land ordinance of 1785
    Royal Ordinance
    Proclamation line
    Northwest Ordinance
  • Q4
    A law that divided much of the United States into a system of townships to facilitate the sale of land to settlers.
    Northwest Ordinance
    Land Ordinance of 1785
    Royal Ordinance
    Mason-Dixon line
  • Q5
    A document which spells out the principles by which a government runs and the fundamental laws that govern a society
  • Q6
    Period when business activity slows, prices and wages drop, and unemployment rises
    economic depression
  • Q7
    sign or give formal consent to (a treaty, contract, or agreement), making it officially valid.
  • Q8
    A system in which power is divided between the national and state governments
    Balance of Powers
    Limited Government
  • Q9
    A meeting in Philadelphia in 1787 that produced a new constitution
    Declaration Congress
    1st Continental Congress
    2nd Continental Congress
    Constitutional Convention
  • Q10
    "Large state" proposal for the new constitution, calling for proportional representation in both houses of a bicameral Congress. The plan favored larger states and thus prompted smaller states to come back with their own plan for apportioning representation.
    New Jersey Plan
    Connecticut Plan
    Bicameral Legistlature
    Virginia Plan
  • Q11
    A constitutional proposal that would have given each state one vote in a new congress
    Virginia Plan
    Bicameral Legislature
    New Jersey Plan
    Connecticut Planl
  • Q12
    1787; This compromise was between the large and small states of the colonies. The Great Compromise resolved that there would be representation by population in the House of Representatives, and equal representation would exist in the Senate. Each state, regardless of size, would have 2 senators. All tax bills and revenues would originate in the House. This compromise combined the needs of both large and small states and formed a fair and sensible resolution to their problems.
    Great Compromise
    Virginia Plan
    3/5th Compromise
    New Jersey Plan
  • Q13
    agreement providing that enslaved persons would count as three-fifths of other persons in determining representation in Congress
    Proportionment Act
    3/5ths Compromise
    60 percent compromise
    Great Compromise

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