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5 Matching questions

  1. Ratification of the Constitution was done by
  2. How has the Electoral College changed from the original intent of the framers?
  3. To propose a formal amendment to the Constitution, one needs to have a
  4. According to James Madison and many of the delegates at the Constitutional Convention, what is the primary source of political conflict?
  5. The separation of powers and the checks and balances established by the Constitution
  1. a special conventions in each state
  2. b more egalitarian and democratic
  3. c various and unequal distribution of property
  4. d is to have each branch check and regulate each other to keep the system balanced
  5. e 2/3 vote in each house of Congress or a national convention called by Congress at the request of 2/3 state legislatures

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. confederate
  2. factions like instability, tyranny, and violence
  3. colonial administration and defense
  4. two
  5. the French and Indian War in 1763

5 True/False questions

  1. The Articles of Confederation were adopted bystate legislatures


  2. Shay's Rebellion wasstated grievances against teh British monarch and was a Declaration of Independence


  3. Reflecting the natural rights philosophy, the Declaration of Independence stated that governments derive their just powers fromthe people


  4. What was the significance of the Annapolis meeting?discussed problems from the Articles of Confederation


  5. Constitutional amendments are usually ratified bylegisatures of 3/4 of states or special state conventions in 4/4 states