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Constitution Review Part 1

Quiz by Marysol Alatorre

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  • Q1
    An orderly system/process to admit new states and it outlawed slavery in the Northwest Territory; keep other states from competing for new land
    Northwest Ordinance
  • Q2
    They feared a strong central government would abuse its power.
    Why the Articles of Confederation said federal gov't couldn't tax, regulate commerce, or have a judicial branch
  • Q3
    Most Congressional decisions needed at least 9 of 13 states to pass
    Why it was difficult for the Confederation Congress to fulfill its duties under the Articles of Confederation.
  • Q4
    Principle in the 10th Amendment
  • Q5
    To limit the authority of the federal government; divide power between national and state governments
    What is the purpose of federalism
  • Q6
    President makes treaties and the Senate approves them
    Example of checks and balances
  • Q7
    Popular Sovereignty"The House of Representatives shall be composed of members chosen every second year by the people of several states."
    Popular Sovereignty
  • Q8
    wanted representation based on state's population
    Virginia Plan
  • Q9
    checks and balances
    The president can veto bills passed by Congress
  • Q10
    1787; This compromise was between the large and small states of the colonies. Congress was given two houses.
    The Great Compromise
  • Q11
    Settled the issue fo whether or not slaves would count in a state's population and its number of representatives
    3/5 Compromise
  • Q12
    Political idea influenced by Magna Carta
    Due Process
  • Q13
    Number of people needed for a territory to apply for statehood
    60,000 people
  • Q14
    Established a process for territories to govern themselves
    Effect of the provisions of the Northwest Ordinance on U.S. Expansion
  • Q15
    Got turned into the Great Compromise
    The Virginia Plan & The New Jersey Plan

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