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Jeopardy

Jeopardy

A

B

C

D

E

$100

$100

$100

$100

$100

$200

$200

$200

$200

$200

$300

$300

$300

$300

$300

$400

$400

$400

$400

$400

$500

$500

$500

$500

$500

Final Jeopardy


100 question from terms 1

$100 Question from Terms 1

Refusal to do business or buy products of a

nation to pressure a change in policy


100 answer from terms 1

$100 Answer from Terms 1

boycott


200 question from terms 1

$200 Question from Terms 1

the granting of official formal approval to adopt a policy or

document


200 answer from terms 1

$200 Answer from Terms 1

ratification


300 question from terms 2

$300 Question from Terms 2

A two house legislature


300 answer from terms 1

$300 Answer from Terms 1

bicameral


400 question from terms 1

$400 Question from Terms 1

The characteristic of the constitution that most

angered the Anti-Federalists


400 answer from terms 1

$400 Answer from Terms 1

lack of a bill of rights


500 question from terms 1

$500 Question from Terms 1

These three men authored the 85 “Federalist

Papers” to win support for the constitution


500 answer from terms 1

$500 Answer from Terms 1

John Jay

Alexander Hamilton

James Madison


100 question from terms 2

$100 Question from Terms 2

group who urged the ratification of the

constitution after it was completed in 1787


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$100 Answer from Terms 2

federalists


200 question from terms 2

$200 Question from Terms 2

The city in which the Constitutional Convention

was held…..


200 answer from terms 2

$200 Answer from Terms 2

Philadelphia


300 question from terms 21

$300 Question from Terms 2

The very first attempt by the colonists to unify

for any reason


300 answer from terms 2

$300 Answer from Terms 2

New England Confederation


400 question from terms 2

$400 Question from Terms 2

functioned as the first national government of the

United States after declaring our independence from

England


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$400 Answer from Terms 2

2nd Continental Congress


500 question from terms 2

$500 Question from Terms 2

The very 1st state to ratify the Constitution


500 answer from terms 2

$500 Answer from Terms 2

Delaware


100 question from c

$100 Question from C

The “Father of the Constitution”


100 answer from c

$100 Answer from C

James Madison


200 question from c

$200 Question from C

stated that each state should be represented

equally in one house of Congress and on the

basis of population in the other house


200 answer from c

$200 Answer from C

The Great Compromise


300 question from c

$300 Question from C

Day, month and year the Declaration of

Independence was signed


300 answer from c

$300 Answer from C

July 4, 1776


400 question from c

$400 Question from C

This was the year in which the Articles of

Confederation went into effect


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$400 Answer from C

1781


500 question from c

$500 Question from C

This meeting of colonial leaders wrote our first

constitution as a free nation.


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$500 Answer from C

2nd Continental Congress


100 question from d

$100 Question from D

Large state plan presented at the ConstitutionalConvention; wanted representation to congress based on state population


100 answer from d

$100 Answer from D

Virginia Plan


200 question from d

$200 Question from D

A written plan for government


200 answer from d

$200 Answer from D

constitution


300 question from d

$300 Question from D

passed to gain southern state support for

the constitution; stated that 3/5 of slaves would

be counted in their population to gain

representative in congress


300 answer from d

$300 Answer from D

3/5 Compromise


400 question from d

$400 Question from D

Papers written to gain support for ratification of the

Constitution in New York and Virginia.


400 answer from d

$400 Answer from D

The Federalist Papers


500 question from d

$500 Question from D

the last straw for the Articles of Confederation,

this prompted the call for the Constitutional

Convention


500 answer from d

$500 Answer from D

Shay’s Rebellion


100 question from e

$100 Question from E

Our nations first written plan of government


100 answer from e

$100 Answer from E

The Articles of Confederation


200 question from e

$200 Question from E

small state plan for government,

called for equal representation in

congress


200 answer from e

$200 Answer from E

New Jersey Plan


300 question from e

$300 Question from E

Selected to serve as president of the

Constitutional Convention


300 answer from e

$300 Answer from E

George Washington


400 question from e

$400 Question from E

Selected as the first capital of the United

States under the Constitution….


400 answer from e

$400 Answer from E

New York City


500 question from e

$500 Question from E

The first attempt of the colonists to unify in

opposition to the policies of Great Britain (1765)


500 answer from e

$500 Answer from E

Stamp Act Congress


Final jeopardy

Final Jeopardy

Identify 4 weaknesses in the Articles of

Confederation as discussed in lecture


Final jeopardy answer

Final Jeopardy Answer

  • No national currency

  • Congress couldn’t tax (pay debt)

  • No executive branch

  • No federal courts

  • 1 state 1 vote regardless of size

  • congress couldn’t regulate trade

  • Trouble raising militia

  • 9/13 states required to pass laws


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