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  1. Under the Articles of Confederation, who had the power to enforce laws?
  2. Lands northwest of the Appalachian Mountains, covered by the Land Ordinance of 1785
  3. An uprising in Massachusetts by farmers who could not pay their taxes and whose farms were being foreclosed.
  4. How did Shays' rebellion end?
  5. Why were the Federalist papers written?
  1. a To convince people to approve of the Constitution.
  2. b Northwest Territory
  3. c Shay's Rebellion
  4. d The states
  5. e The Massachusetts militia put down the rebellion.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Patrick Henry, George Mason, and Mercy Otis Warren.
  2. The Articles of Confederation.
  3. John Jay, Alexander Hamilton, and James Madison.
  4. ratification
  5. James Madison

5 True/False questions

  1. Impose or raise a taxA two-house law making body.


  2. Law that established a plan for the dividing of the federally owned lands west of the Appalachians.Land Ordinance of 1785


  3. Under the Articles of Confederation, who had the authority to tax?The states.


  4. 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


  5. What was the purpose of the 1787, Philadelphia Convention?To discuss revision of the Articles of Confederation


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