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  1. Ratification of the Constitution
  2. On the issue of slaves, the Constitution specified
  3. John Locke's ideas on natural rights were related to human law in that
  4. The separation of powers and the checks and balances established by the Constitution
  5. Finish the Quote: After the Revolution, James Madison observed that "the most common and durable source of faction has been
  1. a is to have each branch check and regulate each other to keep the system balanced
  2. b required 9 of 13 states to approve it
  3. c the various and unequal division of property."
  4. d slaves were legal (except in Massachussets)
  5. e laws are determined by an innate moral sense

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Congress
  2. can revolt against the government if necessary
  3. was Thomas Jefferson
  4. in response to Anti-Federalist papers
  5. the Continental Congress

5 True/False questions

  1. What was the original, sole, and express purpose of the convention in Philadelphia?to make a constitution and revise the Articles of Confederation

          

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

          

  3. The________, offered as a proposal at the Constitutional Convention, called for each state to be equally represented in Congress.New Jersey Plan

          

  4. The view of human nature most prevalent amont the Founding Fathers was thatall people are equal

          

  5. Beginning in 1781, the United States was governed under thespecial conventions in each state