5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Theodore Roosevelt
- Samuel Adams
- 13th Amendment
- Separation of powers
- Virginia Plan
- a Abolished slavery in the US.
- b 26th President. Known for his boisterous personality, trust busting, championing environmental causes, and promoting "big stick" foreign policy.
- c Dividing powers of government between the three branches.
- d Plan presented during Constitutional Convention in which each state would have proportional representation in Congress.
- e Second Cousin to John Adams, organizer of Boston Tea Party. Served in Continental Congress and signed Declaration if Independence, but was opposed to strong federal government.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- 4th President. "Father of the Constitution". Co-authored The federalist with Hamilton and Jay, helped Jefferson create the Democratic-Republican Party.
- Wealthy slaveowner from Tennessee who served in both the House and the Senate, Bell ran for U.S. President against Lincoln, Breckinridge, and Douglas with Constitutional Union Party on moderate pro-slavery platform.
- Called for systematic survey of the Northwest Territory and division into mile-square plots and organization into townships.
- PA representative at the Constitutional Convention, Morris credited with authoring large sections of the Constitution, including the Preamble.
- Midnight Appointment by John Adams, sued Secretary of State Madison for delivery of commission, being withheld by order of President Jefferson.
5 True/False Questions
Franklin D. Roosevelt → Leading American statesman and senator during the Pre-Civil War era.
Indirect election → Defensive alliance among sovereign equals.
Popular sovereignty → Promoting candidates as being from the common masses, rather than as elite gentlemen-politicians.
Dred Scott → Plan by FDR involving creation of various government agencies and programs designed to stimulate the economy and help the U.S. escape the Great Depression.
Sectionalism → Factionalism on a larger, more regional scale, with fewer but larger factions. During the 1800s over slavery issue nullified the benefits of Madison's extended republic and led to Civil War.