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  1. George Mason
  2. Trust
  3. Fourteen Points
  4. McCullough v. Maryland
  5. Gibbons v. Ogden
  1. a A business entity created to monopolize and dominate a market.
  2. b 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.
  3. c VA representative at the Constitutional Convention, refused to sign the Constitution because it did not contain a declaration of rights.
  4. d Supreme Court case in which greater federal power was established by maintaining the national bank.
  5. e Supreme Court case in which power of federal government expanded by broad interpretation of the commerce cause.

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. 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.
  2. Union General who failed to press his advantage at the Battle of Antietam, and was later relieved of his command by President Lincoln.
  3. French Emperor and European conqueror who sold France's North American holdings to the US as the Louisiana Purchase.
  4. Journal used by a political party for disseminating party information to and encouraging more active participation among the grass roots voters.
  5. Alliance of southern states that seceded from the union over slavery.

5 True/False Questions

  1. Popular campaigningFundamental rights granted by nature that government can not abrogate, bound to protect.

          

  2. SupermajoritySpecified majority of voters. Ratify Constitution: 70% required.

          

  3. Midnight appointmentsJudiciary appointments made by John Adams in response to Democratic Republican victory in Congress and Presidency.

          

  4. William PatersonNJ representative at Cons. Conv. who presented New Jersey Plan.

          

  5. Judicial activismWhen the courts use judicial power to achieve social goals.

          

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