5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- 15th Amendment
- Bicameral Legislature
- The Federalist
- James Madison
- a 4th President. "Father of the Constitution". Co-authored The federalist with Hamilton and Jay, helped Jefferson create the Democratic-Republican Party.
- b All male citizens are granted the right to vote regardless of race, color, or previous condition of servitude.
- c Force, influence, or weight that counterbalances another, the roles of prosecutor and defense attorney.
- d 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
- e Legislature in which there are two separate divisions or houses.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Group of party loyalists organized to deliver the vote on election day. Historically they often used questionable or illegal means such as buying votes of intimidation at the polls.
- Senator from KY and 14th VP of US, ran against Lincoln, Bell, and Douglas on extreme pro-slavery platform.
- SC representative at the Constitutional Convention, strong promoter of Federalism and helped persuade ratification of the Constitution in SC
- Called for systematic survey of the Northwest Territory and division into mile-square plots and organization into townships.
- Defensive alliance among sovereign equals.
5 True/False questions
Civil rights → Fundamental rights granted by nature that government can not abrogate, bound to protect.
Republican Party → Political part that stems from the controversy over slaver. Was dedicated to keeping future territories and states free from slavery.
John Adams → 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.
Daniel Webster → Leading American statesman and senator during the Pre-Civil War era.
Henry Clay → Founding Father, served as President of Continental Congress, served as first Chief Justice of US.