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Government in the New Nation Jeopardy. Section 5. Section 1. Section 2. Section 3. Section 4. Section 6. 100 200 300 400 500. 100 200 300 400 500. 100 200 300 400 500. 100 200 300 400 500. 100 200 300 400 500. 100 200 300 400 500.

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Government in the New Nation Jeopardy

Section 5

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Section 3

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Section 6

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All federal courts, including the Supreme

Court, are included in this branch of the

Federal government.

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All federal courts, including the Supreme

Court, are included in this branch of the

Federal government.

What is the Judicial Branch?

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slide4

This document created the first

government that the newly independent

United States had.

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This document created the first

government that the newly independent

United States had.

What is the Articles of Confederation?

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This group of people spoke out against the

Constitution because they believed it made

the central government too strong.

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This group of people spoke out against the

Constitution because they believed it made

the central government too strong.

Who are the Anti-federalists?

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Otherwise known as the first ten

amendments to the Constitution,

this document guarantees most of our

rights and freedoms as citizens.

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Otherwise known as the first ten

amendments to the Constitution,

this document guarantees most of our

rights and freedoms as citizens.

What is the Bill of Rights?

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This Amendment gives US citizens the right

to “bear arms”.

What is the 2nd Amendment?

500

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This branch of the Federal government is

mostly responsible for proposing and

creating laws.

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This branch of the Federal government is

mostly responsible for proposing and

creating laws.

What is the legislative branch?

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George Washington, Benjamin Franklin

and John Adams were among this group,

which supported the Constitution.

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George Washington, Benjamin Franklin

and John Adams were among this group,

which supported the Constitution.

Who are the Federalists?

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This called for the creation of a national

legislature with one house, granted the

government the power to tax, and said

that each state should have equal

representation in the national legislature.

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This called for the creation of a national

legislature with one house, granted the

government the power to tax, and said

that each state should have equal

representation in the national legislature.

What is the New Jersey Plan?

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During this revolt, farmers from three

Massachusetts counties forced local

courts to close.

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During this revolt, farmers from three

Massachusetts counties forced local

courts to close.

What is Shays Rebellion?

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The Articles of Confederation were unable

to regulate this, and as a result, each state

had its own trade laws.

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The Articles of Confederation were unable

to regulate this, and as a result, each state

had its own trade laws.

What is interstate commerce?

500

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Delegates at the Constitutional Convention

adopted aspects of both the New Jersey

and Virginia plans in an act that later

came to be known as this.

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Delegates at the Constitutional Convention

adopted aspects of both the New Jersey

and Virginia plans in an act that later

came to be known as this.

What is the Great Compromise?

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This said that the national government

should be the strongest part of the

government, and that each state’s

representation in the national legislature

should be determined by population.

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This said that the national government

should be the strongest part of the

government, and that each state’s

representation in the national legislature

should be determined by population.

What is the Virginia Plan?

200

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The Confederation Congress was unable to

levy this type of tax, which is a tax

placed on foreign made goods coming into

the country.

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The Confederation Congress was unable to

levy this type of tax, which is a tax

placed on foreign made goods coming into

the country.

What is a tariff?

300

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In this type of government, political

officials are elected to represent (and be

responsible to) the people.

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In this type of government, political

officials are elected to represent (and be

responsible to) the people.

What is a republic?

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This is the idea that ultimate political

authority resides with the people.

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This is the idea that ultimate political

authority resides with the people.

What is popular sovereignty?

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The President and the various departments

of the Federal government are included in

this branch.

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The President and the various departments

of the Federal government are included in

this branch.

What is the executive branch?

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In this house of the legislative branch,

there are two representatives from

every state who serve six year terms.

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In this house of the legislative branch,

there are two representatives from

every state who serve six year terms.

What is the Senate?

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Southerners threatened to leave the Union

if the Federal government abolished this

right away.

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Southerners threatened to leave the Union

if the Federal government abolished this

right away.

What is the slave trade?

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In this compromise between the North and South, slaves were counted as only a fraction of a white person.

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In this compromise between the North and South, slaves were counted as only a fraction of a white person.

What is the Three-Fifths Compromise?

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This person is the leader of the House of

Representatives, and is third in line to

become president (if the president

and vice president die).

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This person is the leader of the House of

Representatives, and is third in line to

become president (if the president

and vice president die).

Who is the Speaker of the House?

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The legislative branch of the federal

government is known as this.

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The legislative branch of the federal

government is known as this.

What is Congress?

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slide44

This ordinance organized western lands

and set aside land for public schools

and Revolutionary War veterans.

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This ordinance organized western lands

and set aside land for public schools

and Revolutionary War veterans.

What is the Land Ordinance of

1785?

200

slide46

This document, signed by King John I of

England in 1215, forced the monarch to

follow the same laws that ordinary English

citizens do.

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This document, signed by King John I of

England in 1215, forced the monarch to

follow the same laws that ordinary English

citizens do.

What is the Magna Carta?

300

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This amendment includes the freedom of

religion, the press, speech, assembly

and to petition.

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This amendment includes the freedom of

religion, the press, speech, assembly

and to petition.

What is the 1st Amendment?

400

slide50

These essays, written by Alexander

Hamilton, James Madison and John Jay,

encourage people to accept

the Constitution.

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These essays, written by Alexander

Hamilton, James Madison and John Jay,

encourage people to accept

the Constitution.

What are the Federalist Papers?

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FINAL

JEOPARDY!

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He was a very influential member of the

delegation that was tasked with

writing the constitution, and is known

as the “Father of the Constitution.”

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He was a very influential member of the

delegation that was tasked with

writing the constitution, and is known

as the “Father of the Constitution.”

Who is James Madison?

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This is the term given to describe when

the House of Representatives votes to

bring charges of crimes against a president.

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This is the term given to describe when

the House of Representatives votes to

bring charges of crimes against a president.

What is impeach?

100

slide57

When a person of foreign birth becomes a

citizen, they become this type of citizen.

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When a person of foreign birth becomes a

citizen, they become this type of citizen.

What is a naturalized citizen?

200

slide59

This is another name given to the

“necessary and proper” clause of the

Constitution.

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This is another name given to the

“necessary and proper” clause of the

Constitution.

What is the elastic clause?

300

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In order to get around Congress,

the president can issue this,

which is a command that has the

power of a law.

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In order to get around Congress,

the president can issue this,

which is a command that has the

power of a law.

What is an executive order?

400

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This amendment guarantees a person

the right to quick public trial by jury.

500

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This amendment guarantees a person

the right to quick public trial by jury.

What is the 6th Amendment?

500