5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Under the Articles of Confederation, who had the power to enforce laws?
- Lands northwest of the Appalachian Mountains, covered by the Land Ordinance of 1785
- An uprising in Massachusetts by farmers who could not pay their taxes and whose farms were being foreclosed.
- How did Shays' rebellion end?
- Why were the Federalist papers written?
- a To convince people to approve of the Constitution.
- b Northwest Territory
- c Shay's Rebellion
- d The states
- e The Massachusetts militia put down the rebellion.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Patrick Henry, George Mason, and Mercy Otis Warren.
- The Articles of Confederation.
- John Jay, Alexander Hamilton, and James Madison.
- James Madison
5 True/False questions
Impose or raise a tax → A two-house law making body.
Law that established a plan for the dividing of the federally owned lands west of the Appalachians. → Land Ordinance of 1785
Under the Articles of Confederation, who had the authority to tax? → The states.
What did Antifederalists fear? → That the federal government would abuse its power. That the President would become a king.That the legislature could dominate the states. There was no guarantee of people's rights
What was the purpose of the 1787, Philadelphia Convention? → To discuss revision of the Articles of Confederation