Federalists Anti-Feds Government Articles Convention People Constitution 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 500
Question A 100 Articles of Confederation put most of the power with the (state or federal) government.
Answer A100 State A100
Question B100 Constitutional Convention was a meeting to ________________.
Answer B100 Improve the Articles of Confederation B100
Question C100 Massachusetts farmer who led a rebellion against the government
Answer C100 Daniel Shays C100
Question D100 The preamble sets the purpose for the document. The phrase, “in order to form a more perfect union,” means that they wanted to ______________________.
Answer D100 Create a better government Than the Articles of Confederation D100
Question E100 People who supported a strong central government and the new Constitution
Answer E100 Federalists E100
Question F100 The 3 branches of government are:
Answer F100 Legislative, Executive, & Judicial F100
Question A200 Under the Articles, the federal government could raise an army, but could not ______________.
Answer A200 Force anyone to join A200
Question B200 Plan that favored the states with larger populations. 2 Houses both with representation proportional to population.
Answer B200 Virginia Plan B200
Question C200 Anti-Federalist who believed people should stand up to their government. “A little rebellion now and again, is a good thing.”
Answer C200 Thomas Jefferson C200
Question D200 The constitution includes separation of powers and checks and balances to avoid ____________________.
Answer D200 An all powerful central government (they had just fought to get rid of one) D200
Question E200 Thomas Jefferson authored essays defending states rights and a smaller central government. He was a(n) _____________________
Answer E200 Anti-federalist E200
Question F200 The office of the President carries out the laws and is called the _______________ branch.
Answer F200 Executive F200
Question A300 Under the Articles, the federal government could coin (print) money, but they could not _____________.
Answer A300 Raise (levy) taxes A300
Question B300 Plan that smaller states likes based on equal representation in 1 house legislature.
Answer B300 New Jersey Plan B300
Question C300 Federalist Papers author who believed that the wealthy and educated should rule.
Answer C300 Alexander Hamilton C300
Question D300 Line in the preamble that addresses the need for the government to provide services to it citizens to ensure their health and wellness.
Answer D300 Promote the General Welfare D300
Question E300 Federalist Papers were written by: _________________ _________________ _________________
Answer E300 John Jay James Madison Alexander Hamilton E300
Question F300 The branch that makes the laws.
Answer F300 Legislative F300
Question A400 The Northwest ordinance was the first attempt to control ____________.
Answer A400 Slavery A400
Question B400 Compromises that solved issues over representation _______________________ _______________________
Answer B400 Great Compromise –Wm. Sherman 3/5 Compromise B400
Question C400 Would not sign the Constitution without a Bill of Rights
Answer C400 George Mason C400
Question D400 The body of the constitution is divided into 7 ______________, or sections.
Answer D400 Articles D400
Question E400 One argument of anti-federalists was that the government would be led by a small group of wealthy and elite, and would become _____________.
Answer E400 Oppressive E400