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5 Matching questions

  1. The view of human nature most prevalent amont the Founding Fathers was that
  2. The Conneticut Compromise at the Constitutional Convention
  3. During the colonial period,
  4. Lockean thought and the Declaration of Independence are similar in that both
  5. The delegates to the Constitutional Convention did not worry about preserving individual rights for all of the following reasons.
  1. a give people responsibility and focus on the people
  2. b colonists had no representation in Parliament; boycotted British goods; formed First Continental Congress
  3. c all people are equal
  4. d because the limited government couldn't threaten personal freedoms
  5. e resolved the impasse between those who favored the New Jersey Plan and those who favored the Virginia Plan

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. emphasize equality and increase ability of people to affect the government
  2. divide power and gives guarantees to the citizens
  3. slaves were legal (except in Massachussets)
  4. a series of attacks on courthouses by a band of farmers
  5. is to have each branch check and regulate each other to keep the system balanced

5 True/False questions

  1. Thomas Jefferson's phrase "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness" was a modification of John Locke's phrase "Life, liberty,


  2. Opposition to ratification of the Constitution was based on the belief that it wouldspecial conventions in each state


  3. According to James Madison and many of the delegates at the Constitutional Convention, what is the primary source of political conflict?it was a core idea and the main focus


  4. The Bill of Rights was added to the Constitutionin response to Anti-Federalist papers


  5. A major purpose of the economic provisions in the Constitution was todifferent institutions work together to regulate their actions


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