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U.S. History, Ch.7, Lesson 2

Quiz by Jay Wilkins

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12 questions
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  • Q1
    a period when economic activity slows and unemployment increases
    recession
    downturn
    depression
    gross national product
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  • Q2
    forced courts in the western part of Massachusetts to close. The goal was to stop judges from legally taking away farmers' lands.
    War of 1812
    The Civil Rights Marches
    The Court Revolt
    Shays's Rebellion
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  • Q3
    freeing of individual enslaved persons.
    emancipation
    manual transmission
    manumission
    depravity
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  • Q4
    "Father of the Constitution"
    James Madison
    John Adams
    Thomas Jefferson
    George Washington
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  • Q5
    Wrote the final draft of the Constitution
    Governor Jefferson
    Governor Washington
    Gouverneur Morris
    Governor Huckabee
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  • Q6
    corresponding in size
    equal
    differential
    relational
    proportional
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  • Q7
    called for representation in both houses of congress to be based on population
    The Virginia Plan
    The New Jersey Plan
    The ACT Aspire Plan
    The Kentucky Plan
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  • Q8
    Under this plan, the legislature would have a single house, with each state having one vote.
    The New Jersey Plan
    The ACT Aspire Plan
    The Kentucky Plan
    The Virginia Plan
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  • Q9
    a settlement of a dispute by each party giving up some demands
    wimping out
    drama
    compromise
    demolishing
    30s
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  • Q10
    proposed the Great Compromise
    Roger Sherman
    Ron Sherman
    Herman Sherman
    Steve Sherman
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  • Q11
    Senate - two from each state, House of Representatives - based on population
    The Little Compromise
    The Compromise of 1850
    Great Compromise
    The Ridiculous Compromise
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  • Q12
    every five enslaved persons would count as three persons in a state's population total
    Three-Fifths Compromise
    The Compromise of 1850
    The Ridiculous Compromise
    The Great Compromise
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