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5 Matching questions

  1. Antifederalists generally found their greatest support among
  2. The "Great Compromise" in the constitutional convention provided that
  3. New York
  4. Sections
  5. The primary political obstacle to the formation of the first American government under the Articles of Confederation was
  1. a the only state to allow a direct vote on the Constitution
  2. b one-square mile areas, thirty six of which composed a township, with one area set aside for the support of schools
  3. c the poorer debtors and farmers
  4. d there would be representation by population in the house of representaives but equal representation of all states in the senate
  5. e disputes among the jealous states over control of western lands

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. first of key states where federalists won by a narrow margin over the opposition of antideferalist Sam Adams
  2. north african leader who took advantage of the weakness of the articles of confederation to attack american shipping
  3. the offical under the new constitution who would be commander in cheif of the armed forces, appoint judges and other officals, and have the power to veto legislation
  4. young new yorker who argued eloquently for the constitution even though he favored an even stronger central government
  5. Benjamin Franklin, James Madison, and Alexander Hamilton

5 True/False questions

  1. Shays Rebellion contributed to the movement for a new constitution byraising the fear of anarchy and disorder among wealthy conservatives

          

  2. Protestant Episcopalthe plan proposed by Virginia (Randolph) at the constitutional convention for a bicameral legislature with representation based on population

          

  3. Articles of confederationa masterly series of pro-constitution articles printed in new york by Jay, Madison, and Hamiltion

          

  4. John Jayfrustrated foreign affairs secretary under the articles; one of the three authors of The Federalist

          

  5. Small state planthe plan proposed by Virginia (Randolph) at the constitutional convention for a bicameral legislature with representation based on population