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The first written constitution of the United States of America that marks the spark of discontent with the federal government.
The Articles of Confederation
The rebellion that proved the federal government could not handle a group of revolting farmers.
The two forms of federalism.
Dual Federalism & Cooperative Federalism
During the Great Depression, this set of economic policies shifted the United States federal government back into more substantial power while promoting a style of cooperative federalism.
Gibbons vs. Ogden promoted which type of supremacy? State or Federal?
Nickname for the trade between the colonies, Britain and Africa.
This man made the Jamestown Colony successful by farming and trading with the Native Americans.
Who was the first to say that Massachusetts would be a “city upon a hill?”
This colony was formed by a Puritan group wanting to expand from Massachusetts.
What was our first representative legislature that later helped form our national government?
Term used to describe the trip made by slaves from Africa to North America.
This man wrote the pamphlet, “Common Sense,” to convince the colonists that separation from England was necessary.
This act by the English government ordered colonists to house and feed an soldier that asked and was the cause of the Boston Massacre.
This compromise set up our government so that we would have a House based on population and two senators per state.
The Great Compromise (Connecticut Compromise)
This was signed by the settlers at Plymouth to state that they were free of government control by England.
The effort to transfer responsibility for many public services and programs from federal government to the states.
Money from the national government that states can spend within broad guidelines.
Section of the Constitution that allows Congress to pass all laws “necessary and proper” to its duties.
The doctrine that a state can declare null and void a federal law that, in the state’s opinion, violates the constitution.
Doctrine holding that the national government is supreme in its sphere and the states are supreme in their spheres and the two spheres should be kept separate.
Terms set by the national government that states must meet whether or not they accept federal grants.