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The Study of American Government

The Study of American Government

The Study of American Government. Chapter 1. Ability to get others to act in accordance with desires/intentions Power as it affects government Government takes private matters public Rightful power = authority Legitimacy of authority Historical controversies. Political Power. Democracy.

By dobry
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Constitutional Convention

Constitutional Convention

Constitutional Convention. Members Principles Agreements and compromises. Members. 55 delegates White Males Statesmen, lawyers, planters. bankers, businessmen Most under age 50. Absent . John Adams- ambassador to England Thomas Jefferson- ambassador to France

By talon
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Constitutional Convention

Constitutional Convention

Constitutional Convention. 1787. Shay's Rebellion- January 1787. Soldiers forcibly prevent courts in western Mass. From sitting, fearful of losing their property to creditors/tax collectors Mass. Governor asks Continental Congress to send troops to suppress rebellion

By lala
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4 00

4 00

Causes of the Revolutionary War. Articles of Confederation. Unit 2 Vocab. Compromises. Baker’s Choice. 2 00. 2 00. 2 00. 2 00. 2 00. 4 00. 4 00. 4 00. 4 00. 4 00. 6 00. 6 00. 6 00. 6 00. 6 00. 8 00. 8 00. 8 00. 8 00. 8 00. 1000. 1000. 1000. 1000. 1000.

By nitsa
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The Constitutional Convention

The Constitutional Convention

The Constitutional Convention. American Government. Major Players. James Madison (Virginia) At this time Madison was the protégé of Thomas Jefferson. He was quiet, educated, short (about 5’2”), and master of oration. ( The Father of the Constitution ) George Washington (Virginia)

By kendall
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Drafting the Constitution

Drafting the Constitution

Drafting the Constitution. Drafting the Constitution. Main Idea The Constitutional Convention tried to write a document that would address the weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation and make compromises between large and small states and between the North and South. Key Question:

By donkor
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7.2 The Constitutional Convention

7.2 The Constitutional Convention

7.2 The Constitutional Convention. Conflict O ver Representation. Small States vs. Large States How many representatives each state should have? How would it be determined how many each state may send to Congress?. Conflict O ver Representation. Small States

By nerina
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The Constitutional Convention

The Constitutional Convention

The Constitutional Convention. What was Shay’s Rebellion? Farmers led by Daniel Shays tried to take over the Massachusetts arsenal. Why did some people want a stronger national government? They thought that the national government could not keep order or protect them.

By yanni
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Chapter 2 Continued

Chapter 2 Continued

Chapter 2 Continued. Writing the constitution involved many compromises. A compromise is an agreement between two or more parties, in which one or more had to give up something in order to achieve a higher purpose or goal. Situations involving compromises: Virginia Plan New Jersey Plan

By kin
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The Constitutional Convention

The Constitutional Convention

The Constitutional Convention. Objectives. Compare and contrast the compromises made during the creation of the Constitution Explain the checks and balances system Understand the development and evolution of our Constitutional Democracy. Who Benefits?. Federalists The North Abolitionists.

By joshwa
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1. The constitution, part 1: background and compromises

1. The constitution, part 1: background and compromises

1. The constitution, part 1: background and compromises. I. Before the Constitution II. The Constitutional Convention and its compromises. I. Before the Constitution a. government in the colonial era. b. the Articles of Confederation. Shay’s rebellion (MA, 1786-1787).

By dante
(106 views)

CHAPTER 2

CHAPTER 2

CHAPTER 2. ORIGINS OF THE AMERICAN GOVERNMENT. Great Compromise. Named Connecticut Compromise Roger Sherman Parts: House—population Revenue bills—house Senate—set # Compromise between NJ and Virginia Plan. Ordinance. Define: -laws which restrict behavior. (city)

By valmai
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Outline: The Constitution

Outline: The Constitution

Outline: The Constitution. Prior to the Constitution Early attempts to govern Articles of Confederation Shay’s Rebellion Constitutional Convention The Constitution Amending the Constitution. The Constitution. Early attempts to govern. First Continental Congress

By zarita
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Articles of Confederation

Articles of Confederation

Articles of Confederation. Who wrote the Constitution :. 55 men experienced in politics men of wealth and prestige (elite) most were formally educated all were white owned property relatively young. James Madison = Primary Author “Father of the Constitution”.

By isha
(100 views)

AP Exam Review

AP Exam Review

AP Exam Review. Chapter 2 Constitutional Foundations. Key Terms. Anti-Federalists Articles of Confederation Connecticut Compromise Consent of the governed Constitution Declaration of Independence Democratic Republicans Federalist Papers Federalist Party Great Compromise

By afia
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Virginia Plan

Virginia Plan

Virginia Plan. Strong National Government: 3 separate branches. Legislature would be bicameral (2 house); Representation based on population or on amount of money State gave to support national government. Members of House of Representatives elected by popular vote.

By quentin-branch
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PSCI 1101 11 Sept 2007

PSCI 1101 11 Sept 2007

PSCI 1101 11 Sept 2007. The U.S. Constitutional Foundation a. Connecticut Compromise b. Three-fifths Compromise Elements of the U.S. Constitution Tension between Democracy and Constitutionalism. The Connecticut or Great Compromise.

By lisandra-lopez
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Ch. 8 TEST REVIEW

Ch. 8 TEST REVIEW

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.

By obedience-dunn
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Constitution Unit Vocab Words

Constitution Unit Vocab Words

Constitution Unit Vocab Words. Framers Virginia Plan New Jersey Plan Connecticut Compromise Three-Fifths Compromise Commerce and Slave Trade Compromise Federalists Anti-federalists Preamble Articles. 11. Rule of law 12. Amendment.

By tucker-trevino
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Constitution, Society, and Leadership Week2 Unit 1 Anatomy of the Constitution: Overview

Constitution, Society, and Leadership Week2 Unit 1 Anatomy of the Constitution: Overview

Constitution, Society, and Leadership Week2 Unit 1 Anatomy of the Constitution: Overview. Christopher Dreisbach, Ph.D. Johns Hopkins University. Unit Introduction. This unit offers an overview of the Constitution It has three parts The content of the Constitution

By illiana-douglas
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