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  1. The primary political obstacle to the formation of the first American government under the Articles of Confederation was
  2. Sections
  3. The north-south conflicy in the constitutional convention over counting slaves for representation
  4. Virginia statue for religious freedom
  5. Protestant Episcopal
  1. a new name for the Anglican church after it was disestablished and de-anglicized in Virginia and elsewhere
  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 disputes among the jealous states over control of western lands
  4. d forced acceotance of the three fiths compromise counting each slave as 3/5ths of a person for purpose of representation
  5. e legislation passed by an alliance of jefferson and the baptists that disestablished the anglican church

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. group that failed to block the central government they feared but did not force the promise of a bill of rights
  2. war veteran who led poor farmers in a revolt that failed but had far reaching consequences
  3. there would be representation by population in the house of representaives but equal representation of all states in the senate
  4. after sufficient population growth, western territories could be organized and then join the union as states
  5. 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

5 True/False questions

  1. James Madisonfrustrated foreign affairs secretary under the articles; one of the three authors of The Federalist


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


  3. A major new political innovation that emerged in the Revolutionary era wasthe idea of a written constitutuion drafted by a convention and ratified by direct vote of the people


  4. Shays Rebellion contributed to the movement for a new constitution bymade possible the approval of the articles of confederation and the passage of two important laws governing western lands


  5. Temporarythe status of a western area under the Northwest Ordinance after it established an organized government but before it became a state


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