5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Get out the vote activity
- Judiciary Act of 1789
- The Federalist
- Frederick Jackson Turner
- State Sovereignty
- a Series of essays published in NY newspapers under the pseudonym Publius for the express purpose of gaining support for ratification of Constitution. Written by Madison, Hamilton, and Jay
- b When ultimate political power resides in the state rather than the federal government.
- c American historian who studied and wrote about the American experience and what made it unique.
- d Congressional act passed to form federal court system and authorize writs of mandamus.
- e Aspect of party politics in which voters are systematically rounded up and helped to get to the polling place.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Part of the Theodore Roosevelt phrase: "Speak softly and carry a big stick," representing the military of the US.
- Fundamental rights granted by nature that government can not abrogate, bound to protect.
- Legislature in which there are two separate divisions or houses.
- A business entity created to monopolize and dominate a market.
- One of most well-known Founders, leading printer, scientist, inventor, ad diplomat. Helped secure France as an ally during Revolutionary War.
5 True/False Questions
Constitutional Mechanism → Parts of Constitution that help organize and control power.
Secession → Formal withdrawal of states or regions from a nation.
Judicial activism → When the courts use judicial power to achieve social goals.
Indirect election → Government officials elected by previously chosen representatives, and not directly by the people.
George B. McClellan → VA representative at the Constitutional Convention, refused to sign the Constitution because it did not contain a declaration of rights.