← AHTG Final Vocab 1 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Northwest Ordinance of 1787
- Edmund Randolph
- 14th Amendment
- John Quincy Adams
- a Governor of Virginia and delegate to the Constitutional Convention, proposed Virginia Plan, but refused to sign Constitutions without bill or rights.
- b Severe Civl War battle that took place on September 17, 1862. Bloodiest day in American history. After battle, Lincoln issued Emancipation Proclamation.
- c Defined citizenship and overturned 3/5 compromise for slaves when determining representation, repudiated Confederate debts, and prohibited Confederate leaders from holding public office.
- d Called for governmental development of the west based on creating self-governing republics that would be systematically added to the Union.
- e 6th President. Known for formulating the Monroe Doctrine.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- 3rd President. Principal author of the Declaration of Independence and an influential Founding Father of the US. Founded the Democratic-Republican party and promoted idea of a small federal government.
- CT delegate who proposed great compromise.
- When ultimate political power resides in the state rather than the federal government.
- SC representative at the Constitutional Convention, strong promoter of Federalism and helped persuade ratification of the Constitution in SC
- Leading American statesman and senator during the Pre-Civil War era.
5 True/False Questions
Natural rights → Rights defined using narrow, concrete language, full of specific terms and qualifiers.
Poleis → City or city-state, often self-governed by its citizens.
Political convention → 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.
Factionalism → 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.
Abraham Lincoln → 16th President. Sought to end slavery and preserve the Union. Signed Emancipation Proclamation and delivered Gettysburg Address.