5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Deep change
- Alexander Hamilton
- Natural rights
- James Wilson
- Woodrow Wilson
- a Fundamental alteration in the way life is lived. Usually unnoticed because it is a slow process.
- b Served as first Secretary of Treasury under Washington and founded Federalist Party. Co-wrote Federalist, for strong government.
- c Fundamental rights granted by nature that government can not abrogate, bound to protect.
- d 28th President. Helped frame the Treaty of Versailles ending WWI and proposed Fourteen Points that included the formation of the League of Nations.
- e Primary framer of Constitution, proposed 3/5 Compromise, also key in PA's ratification of Constitution.
5 Multiple choice questions
- When city-state or nation has multiple factions that compete against each other. Madison felt that extended republic would prevent factionalism from leading to tyranny because no faction could be large enough to dominate.
- Senator from KY and 14th VP of US, ran against Lincoln, Bell, and Douglas on extreme pro-slavery platform.
- Abolished slavery in the US.
- Idea that power is created by and subject to the will of the people, basis for Madison's proportional representation in Congress and a justification by the South for the continuance of slavery.
- Founding Father and proponent of a bicameral legislature. Adams served as 2nd President.
5 True/False questions
John Brown → 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.
Judicial activism → Congressional act passed to form federal court system and authorize writs of mandamus.
Fourteen Points → Moralistic ideals of Wilson; called for creation of a group of nations to help ensure peace. U.S. never joined because of a veto by Congress.
Land Ordinance of 1785 → Called for systematic survey of the Northwest Territory and division into mile-square plots and organization into townships.
Trust → City or city-state, often self-governed by its citizens.