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5 Matching questions

  1. Federalists
  2. Land Ordinance of 1785
  3. The Great Compromise
  4. Federalism
  5. Boosterism
  1. a Political group for the ratification of the Constitution.
  2. b Promoting one's town or city, sometimes in an excessive or exaggerated manner, in order to increase both its quality and its public perception.
  3. c Called for systematic survey of the Northwest Territory and division into mile-square plots and organization into townships.
  4. d Dividing power between the national and state governments.
  5. e Proposed by Roger Sherman, brought together the New Jersey and Virginia Plans by having the upper congressional house equal representation and lower house proportional representation.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Confederate general and commander of the Army of Northern Virginia during the Civil War. After surrendering at Appomattox, urged reconciliation with the North.
  2. Bridging the separation of powers between branches of government by placing part of each power within two separate branches.
  3. Union General who failed to press his advantage at the Battle of Antietam, and was later relieved of his command by President Lincoln.
  4. "Government of the people, by the people, for the people."
  5. Plan presented during Constitutional Convention in which each state would have proportional representation in Congress.

5 True/False questions

  1. Gibbons v. OgdenConfederate general and commander of the Army of Northern Virginia during the Civil War. After surrendering at Appomattox, urged reconciliation with the North.

          

  2. Anti-federalistsAgainst ratifying Constitution.

          

  3. 14th AmendmentDefined citizenship and overturned 3/5 compromise for slaves when determining representation, repudiated Confederate debts, and prohibited Confederate leaders from holding public office.

          

  4. John Quincy Adams6th President. Known for formulating the Monroe Doctrine.

          

  5. Gouverneur MorrisPA representative at the Constitutional Convention, Morris credited with authoring large sections of the Constitution, including the Preamble.

          

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