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The Constitutional Convention

The Constitutional Convention

The Constitutional Convention May 1787 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Who was there? 55 delegates Lawyers, physicians, generals, governors, planters, and a college president Well educated All states represented,except Rhode Island George Washington Presided over meeting

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The Constitution

The Constitution

The Constitution Main Menu Amendment Process Chapter 7: Vocabulary Bill of Rights Article I: Legislative Branch Chapter 8: Vocabulary The Articles of Confederation Article II: Executive Branch Principles of Constitution Constitutional Convention Article III: Judicial Branch

By oshin
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Federalist Papers

Federalist Papers

Federalist Papers. Lesson 5 continued. Collection of 85 essays promoting the ratification of the constitution. 3 authors (Madison, Hamilton, and Jay) 1787-1788. What are the Federalist Papers?. Hamilton 51 essays. Madison 26 essays. Jay 5 essays Madison/Hamilton. Who Gets Credit.

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The Romantic Age

The Romantic Age

The Romantic Age. Values of Romanticism. Rejection of: simplicity, proportion and restraint. Romantics valued: Feeling, Intuition, Passion, Imagination, Spontaneity. Revolutions and Rights. 1776-- American Revolution 1789-- French Revolution

By Jimmy
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If Men Were Angels: Teaching the Constitution With the Federalist Papers

If Men Were Angels: Teaching the Constitution With the Federalist Papers

If Men Were Angels: Teaching the Constitution With the Federalist Papers. Presenters: Damon Huss and Pam Jenning. Poll Question #1. What is the main method you use to teach about the framing of the U.S. Constitution?

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Understanding Federalist 51

Understanding Federalist 51

Understanding Federalist 51. Learning Objectives. Identify the significance of the Federalist Papers to an understanding of the American Constitution. Identify Madison’s purpose in writing Federalist 51 . Explain the role of separation of powers in the preservation of liberty.

By coby
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GHSGT PREPARATION

GHSGT PREPARATION

GHSGT PREPARATION. GOVERNMENT AND CIVICS . CONTENT DESCRIPTION. Government/Civics (18% of the test)

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Jeffersonian Democracy 1800-1808

Jeffersonian Democracy 1800-1808

Jeffersonian Democracy 1800-1808. Chapter 11 P. 210-232. DVDs. America: The Story of US Disc 1: Westward Chapter 2 and 3 Louisiana Purchase Lewis and Clark The Presidents: Washington to Monroe Thomas Jefferson. Thomas Jefferson by Rembrandt Peale, 1805

By shakti
(235 views)

Civics (History and Government) Questions for the Naturalization Test

Civics (History and Government) Questions for the Naturalization Test

Civics (History and Government) Questions for the Naturalization Test. Questions 51 - 100. www.ESLAmerica.US “The website where everything has sound!”. Directions for this presentation. Go to the next slide Go back a slide Type in the white text box to practice answers

By auryon
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Articles of Confederation & Constitutional Convention

Articles of Confederation & Constitutional Convention

Articles of Confederation & Constitutional Convention. Schaumburg High School. First American Gov’t (1777) (1781) Written by 2 nd Continental Congress – John Dickinson (PA) Battle between Radicals & Reconciliationists . Problems Unable to collect taxes Unable to regulate trade

By irma
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The Constitutional Convention

The Constitutional Convention

The Constitutional Convention. May 1787 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Who was there?. 55 delegates Lawyers, physicians, generals, governors, planters, and a college president Well educated All states represented,except Rhode Island. George Washington. Presided over meeting

By gore
(162 views)

100

100

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

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Antifederalist v. Federalist

Antifederalist v. Federalist

Antifederalist v. Federalist. Liked Articles Opposed Strong Central Gov’t. Strong central gov’t threatened state power Constitution favored the wealthy Lacked a Bill of Rights Argued against 2/3 Ratification plan Opposed to omitting any reference to God. Articles weak and ineffective

By dyan
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Federalists vs. Anti-Federalists

Federalists vs. Anti-Federalists

Federalists vs. Anti-Federalists. Federalists. Supporters of Constitution Thought it would protect rights Federalist Papers Written to persuade ratification. Still concerns about a strong national government. Anti-Federalists. Anti-Federalists. Opposed Constitution Need Bill of Rights.

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Articles of Confederation

Articles of Confederation

What we didn’t like about the British . . . Taxation without representation Large central government had all the power States always had to listen to the king All power in the King’s Hands King could change rules/laws anytime. So the Articles of Confederation. . . .

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Text Categorization Moshe Koppel Lecture 3:Authorship Attribution

Text Categorization Moshe Koppel Lecture 3:Authorship Attribution

Text Categorization Moshe Koppel Lecture 3:Authorship Attribution . Mostly my own stuff together with Jonathan Schler, Shlomo Argamon, Ido Dagan, Jamie Pennebaker, Jonathan Fine, Kfir Zigdon, Iris Zigdon, Navot Akiva, Dror Mughaz, Eran Messeri. The Authorship Attribution Problem.

By kieve
(267 views)

Constitutional Compromises

Constitutional Compromises

Constitutional Compromises. Four Major Agreements That Helped Create the New Government. Problem: How to Give Representation in Congress. Large states wanted representation to be based on population so they would have more power…As in the Virginia Plan.

By lane
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American History

American History

American History. Flash Cards. Why did the colonists fight the British ?. Question 1. Why did the colonists fight the British? b ecause of high taxes (taxation without representation) because the British stayed in their houses (boarding, quartering)

By Albert_Lan
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Creating the Constitution

Creating the Constitution

Creating the Constitution. In this section you will learn how state delegates attempted to solve the problems of the Articles of Confederation. A Constitutional Convention is called. The states send delegates to a convention to solve the problems of the Articles of Confederation.

By fedella
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The Declaration of Independence on Executive Power *

The Declaration of Independence on Executive Power *

The Declaration of Independence on Executive Power *. “The History of the present King of Great Britain is a history of... absolute tyranny over these states…” The Declaration lodges 27 accusations against the King, falling into these categories: -- blocked the passage of laws

By adeola
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