5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Bicameral Legislature
- Andrew Jackson
- Frederick Jackson Turner
- George Mason
- a VA representative at the Constitutional Convention, refused to sign the Constitution because it did not contain a declaration of rights.
- b When city-state or nation has multiple factions that compete against each other. Madison felt that extended republic would prevent factionalism from leading to tyranny because no faction could be large enough to dominate.
- c American historian who studied and wrote about the American experience and what made it unique.
- d Legislature in which there are two separate divisions or houses.
- e 7th President. championed US as a democracy pushing for more political involvement by the common man. Also vetoed the US Bank's charter and made other reforms to keep the federal government small.
5 Multiple choice questions
- 4th President. "Father of the Constitution". Co-authored The federalist with Hamilton and Jay, helped Jefferson create the Democratic-Republican Party.
- Force, influence, or weight that counterbalances another, the roles of prosecutor and defense attorney.
- City or city-state, often self-governed by its citizens.
- Laws passed by Congress to stifle writings of French propagandists against neutrality of US.
- Alliance of southern states that seceded from the union over slavery.
5 True/False questions
Popular campaigning → Promoting candidates as being from the common masses, rather than as elite gentlemen-politicians.
Antietam → Plan by FDR involving creation of various government agencies and programs designed to stimulate the economy and help the U.S. escape the Great Depression.
Popular Government → "Government of the people, by the people, for the people."
Stephen A. Douglas → An Illinois statesman who ran against Lincoln, Bell, and Breckinridge on a popular sovereignty platform for slavery. Authored Kansas-Nebraska Act, which repealed the Missouri Compromise and heightened the slavery debate.
Northwest Territory → When ultimate political power resides in the state rather than the federal government.