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  1. Daniel Shays
  2. Shays Revolution
  3. Articles of Confederation
  4. Attempts to establish strong governments in post-Revolutionary America were seriously hindered by
  5. A meeting in Annapolis to discuss revising the Articles of Confederation
  1. a war veteran who led poor farmers in a revolt that failed but had far reaching consequences
  2. b the revolutionary ideology that preached natural rights and suspicion of all governmental authority
  3. c The first constitutional government of the united states
  4. d issued a call to congress for a special convention to revise the Articles
  5. e a failed revolt in 1786 by poor debtor farmers that raised fears of mobocracy

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. raising the fear of anarchy and disorder among wealthy conservatives
  2. after sufficient population growth, western territories could be organized and then join the union as states
  3. north african leader who took advantage of the weakness of the articles of confederation to attack american shipping
  4. the territory north of the ohio and east of the mississippi governed by the acts of 1785 and 1797
  5. made possible the approval of the articles of confederation and the passage of two important laws governing western lands

5 True/False Questions

  1. Presidentthe offical under the new constitution who would be commander in cheif of the armed forces, appoint judges and other officals, and have the power to veto legislation

          

  2. Large State planthe plan proposed by Virginia (Randolph) at the constitutional convention for a bicameral legislature with representation based on population

          

  3. James Madisonfather of the constitution and author of Federalist No. 10

          

  4. Antifederaliststhe opponents of the constitution who argued against creating such a strong central government

          

  5. In the new state constitutions written after the Revolution, the most powerful branch of government wasthe idea of a written constitutuion drafted by a convention and ratified by direct vote of the people

          

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