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constitution debate jeopardy version

Constitution Debate(Jeopardy Version)

By Jessica Morris and Veronica Radin

anti federalist 100
Anti-federalist $100

This anti-federalist always opposed the idea of a strong national government. He also became a leading anti-federalist. He delivered a very famous speech to express his opinions of the government.

Who is Patrick Henry?

anti federalist 200
Anti-federalist $200

This person signed the Declaration of Independence, but was against approving the Constitution. His signature is famous on the Declaration of Independence because of it’s unusual size.

Who is John Hancock?

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Anti-federalist $300

This man wrote Virginia’s Bill of Rights and attended the Constitutional Convention, however, he disliked the three-fifths compromise. The three-fifths compromise is when slaves were counted as three-fifths of a person. When they voted against his proposal to add a Bill of Rights, he refused to sign the Constitution.

Who is George Mason?

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Anti-federalist $400

This woman was a playwright who wrote pamphlets explaining why she didn’t support the constitution. She was a patriot and strongly supported women's rights.

Who is Mercy Otis Warren?

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Federalist $100

James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, and John Jay published this series of 85 newspaper essays that supported the Constitution.

What are the Federalist Papers?

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Federalist $200

This was the basis of the federalist position. It necessary for the government to have powers which it didn’t before, such as the power to enforce laws.

What is a strong central government?

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Federalist $300

These were two parts of Madison’s plan to avoid the rejection of the Constitution.

What is keeping it a secret for 30 years and having each state have their own convention.

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Federalist $400

This was the reason that the Framers only wanted the approval of the Constitution from 9 states.

What is because the were afraid that all 13 wouldn’t approve.

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Constitution Arguments $100

This was a main argument of the Constitution that was later satisfied. (Hint: It has to do with the Amendments)

There was no Bill of Rights.

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Constitution Arguments $200

This was an anti-federalists’ opinions that regarded whether the national government had too much power. (Hint: It’s similar to the Hamilton plan)

What is they thought it had too much power and would become a monarchy.

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Constitution Arguments $300

This was the Anti-federalists’ views of whether the constitution provided for a republican government.

What is the Anti-federalists believed that because the government was located so far away, people would be unable to participate, resulting in a tyranny.

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Constitution Arguments $400

This is a reason for why the Framers were so secretive when writing the Constitution.

What is because the men had no authority and it was technically illegal to create a new government?

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Quotes $100

This man is know for saying “Give me liberty, or give me death” in his speech that expressed his opinion.

Who is Patrick Henry?

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Quotes $200

He said “Government implies the power of making laws. It is essential to the idea of a law, that it be attended with… a penalty or a punishment for disobedience.”

Who is Alexander Hamilton?

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Quotes $300

Federalist or Anti-federalist: “It is the opinion of the greatest writers, that a very extensive country cannot be governed on democratical principles, on any other plan than a confederation of a number of small republics, possessing all the powers of internal government, but united in the management of their foreign and general concerns”

Who is Anti-federalist?

It is the opinion of the greatest writers, that a very extensive country cannot be governed on democratical principles, on any other plan than a confederation of a number of small republics, possessing all the powers of internal government, but united in the management of their foreign and general concerns.

Read more: Constitution of the United States - Federalists Versus Anti-federalists - Government, Madison, National, Papers, Country, and Rightshttp://law.jrank.org/pages/5603/Constitution-United-States-FEDERALISTS-VERSUS-ANTI-FEDERALISTS.html#ixzz1HpqilG2o

It is the opinion of the greatest writers, that a very extensive country cannot be governed on democratical principles, on any other plan than a confederation of a number of small republics, possessing all the powers of internal government, but united in the management of their foreign and general concerns.

Read more: Constitution of the United States - Federalists Versus Anti-federalists - Government, Madison, National, Papers, Country, and Rightshttp://law.jrank.org/pages/5603/Constitution-United-States-FEDERALISTS-VERSUS-ANTI-FEDERALISTS.html#ixzz1HpqilG2o

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Quotes $400

He said “The greatest [calamity] which could befall [us would be] submission to a government of unlimited powers”.

Who is Thomas Jefferson?

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Fun Facts $100

They were to only two presidents to sign the Constitution.

Who were George Washington and James Madison?

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Fun Facts $200

At the Philadelphia Convention of 1787, 12 state delegates showed up. They came from these 5 states.

What are New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Virginia?

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Fun Facts $300

Name 3 of the 7 ideas of government.

What are Social Contract, Popular Sovereignty, Representation, Separation of Powers & Checks and Balances, Legislative Supremacy, and Secrecy.

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Fun Facts $400

This word, which we base our country on, does not appear in the Constitution.

What is democracy?

works cited
Works Cited
  • http://library.thinkquest.org/TQ0312848/mowarren.htm
  • http://law.jrank.org/pages/5603/Constitution-United-States-FEDERALISTS-VERSUS-ANTI-FEDERALISTS.html
  • http://econfaculty.gmu.edu/wew/quotes/govt.html
  • http://www.pabar.org/public/lre/rlpa/constfunfacts.pdf
  • America: History of Our Nation from Prentice Hall
  • We the People: the Citizens and the Constitution from Center for Civic Education
  • http://www.pabar.org/public/lre/rlpa/constfunfacts.pdf