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Ch. 8 TEST REVIEW. I set up a system for the selling of Western land?. Land Ordinance of 1785. • it created a House of Representatives that would be based on state populations. • it created a Senate in which each state would have an equal number of votes.

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• it created a House of Representatives that would be based on state populations.• it created a Senate in which each state would have an equal number of votes.

• The Connecticut Compromise

AKA: The Great Compromise

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Put in the proper order that these events happened

Virginia PlanThe Great CompromiseAnnapolis ConventionNew Jersey PlanAmend or replace the ArticlesConstitutional Convention
  • Annapolis Convention
  • Amend or replace the Articles?
  • Constitutional Convention
  • Virginia Plan
  • New Jersey Plan
  • The Great Compromise (aka: the Connecticut Compromise)
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• equal representation in one legislative house.• representation to be based on state population in the other legislative house… what was the solution?

• The Great Compromise

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The Connecticutt Compromise (or Great Compromise) settled the issue of representation in the legislature by creating:

•creating a House of Representatives

that would be based on state

populations (the Virginia Plan).

• creating a Senate in which each state

would have an equal number of votes

(the New Jersey Plan).

why did most state constitutions create separate branches of government
Why did most state constitutions create separate branches of government?
  • It helped prevent those branches from becoming too powerful…
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What event created by excessive taxation helped create a new Constitution and a stronger central government?
  • Shays’s Rebellion
what were the 3 main issues that affected the western territories between 1775 and 1787
What were the 3 main issues that affected the Western Territories between 1775 and 1787?
  • who would control the Western Territories
  • *(remember the Small States and the A of C)
  • how to divide and sell the land
  • how to govern the Western Territories
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Under The Articles of Confederation, the National Government had the power to:- wage war- make peace- issue money- … and????? …

make treaties

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In what way did the state governments, created by the new state constitutions, actually help change national politics?

they helped provide a solid foundation for the U.S. Constitution

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• I outlined when the territories could govern themselves.• I established settlers' rights.• I set a pattern for the orderly growth of the United States.

the Northwest Ordinance

massachusetts farmers protesting their farms being seized to pay their debts led to
Massachusetts farmers protesting their farms being seized to pay their debts… led to?

Shays’s Rebellion

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Under The Articles of Confederation, the National Government had the power to:- make treaties- make peace- issue money- … and????? …

wage war

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• Slaves would be counted as ________ of a person for representation in Congress.• Slaves would be counted as ________ of a person for taxation.• The importation of slaves could not be restricted until 1808.

3/5 Compromise

the legislature would have one 1 house each state would have one 1 vote in the legislature
-- The legislature would have one (1) house…-- Each state would have one (1) vote in the legislature…

New Jersey Plan

i helped write the virginia plan i co wrote the federalist papers i wrote the bill of rights
-- I helped write theVirginia Plan… -- I co-wrote the Federalist Papers -- I wrote the Bill of Rights
  • James Madison
i am known as the father of the constitution
• I am known as the “Father of the Constitution”

James Madison

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We met in September of 1786 to discuss trade regulation among the states, and possibly amending the Articles of Confederation….. and only 5 states showed up…??

Annapolis Convention

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What was the catalystevent that brought 12 of the 13 state’s delegates together in Philadelphia for a Constitutional Convention?
  • Shays’s Rebellion
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* StatesorCentral Government?Under the new Constitution:- regulate trade between states- collect taxes from the states- make laws “in all cases where the separate states are incompetent” (unable)

  • The Central Government
during the constitutional convention i called for a two house legislature who am i
During the Constitutional Convention, I called for a two-house legislature… …..who am I?
  • the Virginia Plan
the connecticut compromise aka the great compromise established a house legislature
The Connecticut Compromise (aka: the Great Compromise) established a ____ house legislature…
  • two-house
i called for representation in the national legislature to be based on state population
I called for representation in the national legislature to be based on state population.
  • the Virginia Plan
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• equal representation in one legislative house.• representation to be based on state population in the other legislative house.• slaves to be counted for both taxation and representation

  • The Great Compromise
  • (aka: the Connecticut Compromise)
i was an interpretation of the constitution so that the people could understand and support it
I was an interpretation of the Constitution so that the people could understand and support it.
  • the Federalist Papers
we wanted the legislative branch of government to have more power than the executive branch
We wanted the legislative branch of government to have more power than the executive branch…
  • Anti-Federalists
thomas jefferson s statute for religious freedom became the basis for the amendment
Thomas Jefferson’s “Statute for Religious Freedom” became the basis for the ____ Amendment…
  • First–
  • (Freedom of Religion)
patrick henry and george mason both opposed ratification of the constitution because
Patrick Henry and George Mason both opposed ratification of the Constitution… because?
  • It didn’t contain a ‘Bill of Rights’
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