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1 FORMING A NEW GOVERNMENT

2 These questions are in random order. They will be in a different order in class tomorrow.

3 Seven Principles Checks & Balances Federalism Individual Rights Limited Government Popular Sovereignty Republicanism Separation of Powers Which principle is shown above?

4 Seven Principles Checks & Balances Federalism Individual Rights Limited Government Popular Sovereignty Republicanism Separation of Powers Which principle is shown above? Checks and Balances

5 Slavery is outlawed Freedom of religion is guaranteed Trial by jury is guaranteed May apply for statehood What is this? Slavery is outlawed Freedom of religion is guaranteed Trial by jury is guaranteed May apply for statehood with with population of 60,000 residents residents

6 Slavery is outlawed Freedom of religion is guaranteed Trial by jury is guaranteed May apply for statehood What is this? Slavery is outlawed Freedom of religion is guaranteed Trial by jury is guaranteed May apply for statehood with with population of 60,000 residents residents Northwest Ordinance

7 What word means that the Congress has two chambers?

8 What word means that the Congress has two chambers? bicameral

9 True or False The Articles of Confederation was replaced because it was too strong.

10 True or False The Articles of Confederation was replaced because it was too strong. False

11 In what year was the Constitution written?

12 In what year was the Constitution written? 1787

13 Wanted bill of rights What group belongs in Suspicious of Constitution? Thomas Jefferson the center circle? Feared tyranny

14 Wanted bill of rights What group belongs in Suspicious of Constitution? Antifederalists Thomas Jefferson the center circle? Feared tyranny

15 What document was the first government of the U.S. before the Constitution?

16 What document was the first government of the U.S. before the Constitution? Articles of Confederation

17 What power allows the Supreme Court to declare a law unconstitutional?

18 What power allows the Supreme Court to declare a law unconstitutional? Judicial review

19 What historical document first limited the power of the government? It was written in 1215.

20 What historical document first limited the power of the government? It was written in Magna Carta

21 Seven Principles Checks & Balances Federalism Individual Rights Limited Government Popular Sovereignty Republicanism Separation of Powers Which principle is shown above?

22 Seven Principles Checks & Balances Federalism Individual Rights Limited Government Popular Sovereignty Republicanism Separation of Powers Which principle is shown above? Separation of Powers

23 Which branch is responsible for interpreting the Constitution?

24 Which branch is responsible for interpreting the Constitution? Judicial

25 Seven Principles Checks & Balances Federalism Individual Rights Limited Government Popular Sovereignty Republicanism Separation of Powers The federal and state governments share powers. What is this principle called?

26 Seven Principles Checks & Balances Federalism Individual Rights Limited Government Popular Sovereignty Republicanism Separation of Powers The federal and state governments share powers. What is this principle called? Federalism

27 This formula is for what purpose? 2/3 House + 2/3 Senate + ¾ States

28 This formula is for what purpose? 2/3 House + 2/3 Senate + ¾ States Amending the Constitution

29 Which branch is responsible for enforcing (executing) laws?

30 Which branch is responsible for enforcing (executing) laws? Executive

31 How many years is the president s term?

32 How many years is the president s term? Four

33 Seven Principles Checks & Balances Federalism Individual Rights Limited Government Popular Sovereignty Republicanism Separation of Powers State Powers Shared Powers Federal Powers What principle is shown above?

34 Seven Principles Checks & Balances Federalism Individual Rights Limited Government Popular Sovereignty Republicanism Separation of Powers State Powers Shared Powers Federal Powers What principle is shown above? Federalism

35 What is this? Be at least 18 years old Enter the U.S. legally Live in the U.S. for five years Read, write, speak English Show knowledge of American history and government

36 What is this? Be at least 18 years old Enter the U.S. legally Live in the U.S. for five years Read, write, speak English Show knowledge of American history and government How to Become a Naturalized Citizen

37 What was the agreement between the Virginia Plan and the New Jersey Plan?

38 What was the agreement between the Virginia Plan and the New Jersey Plan? Great Compromise

39 What is this? Three branches of government Two houses in Congress Favored states with large population

40 What is this? Three branches of government Two houses in Congress Favored states with large population Virginia Plan

41 YES or NO If you are born in France and your parents are French, can you be president?

42 YES or NO If you are born in France and your parents are French, can you be president? No

43 Congress passes a law that the president does not like. What can the president do to stop it?

44 Congress passes a law that the president does not like. What can the president do to stop it? Veto

45 What two groups argued over how slaves would be counted?

46 What two groups argued over how slaves would be counted? North and South

47 How is representation in the House of Representatives determined for each state?

48 How is representation in the House of Representatives determined for each state? Population

49 Seven Principles Checks & Balances Federalism Individual Rights Limited Government Popular Sovereignty Republicanism Separation of Powers The power is in the hands of the people. What is this principle called?

50 Seven Principles Checks & Balances Federalism Individual Rights Limited Government Popular Sovereignty Republicanism Separation of Powers The power is in the hands of the people. What is this principle called? Popular sovereignty

51 What part of the Constitution explains the goals and purpose of the Constitution?

52 What part of the Constitution explains the goals and purpose of the Constitution? Preamble

53 What word means to add to or change?

54 What word means to add to or change? Amend

55 Every state has two senators, therefore representation is based on what?

56 Every state has two senators, therefore representation is based on what? Equality

57 Who is known as the father of the constitution?

58 Who is known as the father of the constitution? James Madison

59 Complete the quote If men were, no government would be necessary. ~James Madison~

60 Complete the quote angels If men were, no government would be necessary. ~James Madison~

61 The Great Compromise gave us two chambers. Which chamber did the large states like?

62 The Great Compromise gave us two chambers. Which chamber did the large states like? House of Representatives

63 Thomas Jefferson listed 27 complaints in the Declaration of Independence. These complaints are also known as

64 Thomas Jefferson listed 27 complaints in the Declaration of Independence. These complaints are also known as grievances

65 Seven Principles Checks & Balances Federalism Individual Rights Limited Government Popular Sovereignty Republicanism Separation of Powers People use their free speech rights to protest the government. Which principle is this?

66 Seven Principles Checks & Balances Federalism Individual Rights Limited Government Popular Sovereignty Republicanism Separation of Powers People use their free speech rights to protest the government. Which principle is this? Individual rights

67 What part has been blacked out?

68 What part has been blacked out? in order to form a more perfect Union

69 Which word does NOT belong? Religion Assembly Press Prisons Speech

70 Which word does NOT belong? Religion Assembly Press Prisons Petition Speech Prisons (1 st Amendment rights)

71 What did the Federalists write to persuade Americans to ratify the Constitution?

72 What did the Federalists write to persuade Americans to ratify the Constitution? Federalist Papers

73 What group of people feared the federal government would have too much power in the Constitution and so they demanded a Bill of Rights?

74 What group of people feared the federal government would have too much power in the Constitution and so they demanded a Bill of Rights? Antifederalists

75 What law under British rule was the reason that the 3 rd Amendment says Americans do not have to give shelter to soldiers?

76 What law under British rule was the reason that the 3 rd Amendment says Americans do not have to give shelter to soldiers? Quartering Act

77 What is this?

78 What is this? Preamble

79 Who was the president of the Constitutional Convention?

80 Who was the president of the Constitutional Convention? George Washington

81 Which part of the Preamble refers to protecting the United States from foreign enemies?

82 Which part of the Preamble refers to protecting the United States from foreign enemies?

83 Which branch is responsible for making laws?

84 Which branch is responsible for making laws? legislative

85 Good luck on the test!

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