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Civics And Economics Chapter 3
Constitution
Bicameral
Confederation
Ratify
A detailed, written plan for government
A legislature consisting of two parts, or houses
A group of individuals or state governments
To vote approval
Constitution
A detailed, written plan for government
Bicameral
A legislature consisting of two parts, or houses
Civics, Economics and Geography: Chapter 3 (TOMS)
citizen
civics
citizenship
government
a member of a community of people who owe loyalty to a govern…
the study of the rights and duties of citizens
the rights and duties of citizens
the ruling authority for a community
citizen
a member of a community of people who owe loyalty to a govern…
civics
the study of the rights and duties of citizens
23 terms
Civics And Economics Chapter 3
Constitution
Bicameral
Confederation
Ratify
A detailed, written plan for government
A legislature consisting of two parts, or houses
A group of individuals or state governments
To vote approval
Constitution
A detailed, written plan for government
Bicameral
A legislature consisting of two parts, or houses
10 terms
Civics And Economics Chapter 3
Constitution
Bicameral
Confederation
Ratify
A detailed, written plan for government
A legislature consisting of two parts, or houses
A group of individuals or state governments
To vote approval
Constitution
A detailed, written plan for government
Bicameral
A legislature consisting of two parts, or houses
Civics and Economics Chapter 3
Constitution
Bicameral
Articles of Confederation
Confederation
a detailed written plan for government
A legislature consisting of 2 parts, or houses
America's first written constitution
A group of individuals or state governments
Constitution
a detailed written plan for government
Bicameral
A legislature consisting of 2 parts, or houses
Chapter 3 (Civics & Economics)
Constitution
Bicameral
Confederation
Ratified
A formal plan of government.
A legislature consisting of two parts, or houses
A group of individuals or state governments
Formally approved
Constitution
A formal plan of government.
Bicameral
A legislature consisting of two parts, or houses
Chapter 3 vocab (civics and economics)
Constitution
Bicameral
Confederation
Ratify
a written plan for government
(of a legislative body) having two branches or chambers
a group of individuals or state governments
to vote approval of
Constitution
a written plan for government
Bicameral
(of a legislative body) having two branches or chambers
Chapter 3 terms Civics and Economics
Constitutional Convention
Legislative Branch
Executive Branch
Judicial Branch
meeting of state delegates in 1787 leading to the adoption of…
the lawmaking branch of the government
the branch pdf government that carries out the laws
the branch of government that interprets laws
Constitutional Convention
meeting of state delegates in 1787 leading to the adoption of…
Legislative Branch
the lawmaking branch of the government
112 terms
Civics and Economics Chapter 3
Reserved Powers
Expressed
Concurrent Powers
Virginia Plan
Powers of Constitution given to the state government.s
Powers of Constitution given to the federal government.
Powers of the Constitution shared by both federal and state g…
Which plan wanted a bicameral legislature with membership of…
Reserved Powers
Powers of Constitution given to the state government.s
Expressed
Powers of Constitution given to the federal government.
Civics and Economics Chapter 3
Constitution
Bicarmel
Confederation
Ratified
Written Plan of Government
Two legislative bodies
Group of individual states that band together for a common pu…
Approved
Constitution
Written Plan of Government
Bicarmel
Two legislative bodies
19 terms
Civics and Economics Chapter 3
Connecticut Plan/The Great Compromise
3/5 Compromise
Slave Trade/Commerce Compromise
Electoral College
~2 House Congress: 1 house for equal representation and 1 hou…
~southern states wanted enslaved people to count in the popul…
~compromise between northern and southern states... -> congress…
~each state legislature chose a number of electors known as t…
Connecticut Plan/The Great Compromise
~2 House Congress: 1 house for equal representation and 1 hou…
3/5 Compromise
~southern states wanted enslaved people to count in the popul…
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Civics and Economics Chapter 3: The Constitution
constitution
bicameral
confederation
ratify
a detailed, written plan for government
a legislature consisting of two parts, or houses
a group of individuals or state governments
to vote approval of
constitution
a detailed, written plan for government
bicameral
a legislature consisting of two parts, or houses
23 terms
Civics and Economics Chapter 3: The Constitution
constitution
bicameral
confederation
ratify
where basic principles and laws of a nation are outlined
a legislature consisting of two parts, or houses
a group of individuals for a common purpose
to vote approval of
constitution
where basic principles and laws of a nation are outlined
bicameral
a legislature consisting of two parts, or houses
30 terms
Civics Government and Economics in Action - Chapter 3 revised
alien
jury of peers
representatives
common good
Citizen of one country living in another country
decides whether the accused is innocent or guilty
people chosen to act for fellow citizens in government
well being of all members of society
alien
Citizen of one country living in another country
jury of peers
decides whether the accused is innocent or guilty
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Civics and Economics chapter 3 vocab
constitution
bicameral
confederation
ratify
plan for government
2 chambers; Congress has the Senate and the House of Represen…
all officals or group of people
To approve
constitution
plan for government
bicameral
2 chambers; Congress has the Senate and the House of Represen…
Civics and Economics Chapter 3 Vocab
Constitution
Bicameral
Confederation
Articles of Confederation
a detailed, written plan for government
a legislature consisting of two parts, or houses
a group of individuals or state governments
the first constitution of the United States
Constitution
a detailed, written plan for government
Bicameral
a legislature consisting of two parts, or houses
Chapter 3 Vocabulary: Civics & Economic
constitution
bicameral
confederation
ratify
a body of fundamental principles according to which a state o…
a legislative body that has two branches or chambers
an organization that consists of a number of parties or group…
sign or give formal consent to (a treaty, contract, or agreem…
constitution
a body of fundamental principles according to which a state o…
bicameral
a legislative body that has two branches or chambers
Chapter 3 - Civics and Economics
What is a constitution?
What three parts did each new governme…
Why did most state constitutions inclu…
Under the Articles of Confederation, w…
A detailed, written plan for government
legislature, governors, and judges
To guarantee certain basic freedoms and legal protections to…
The powers to collect taxes and enforce laws
What is a constitution?
A detailed, written plan for government
What three parts did each new governme…
legislature, governors, and judges
52 terms
Civics & Economics: Chapter 3
Constitution
May 1776
Bicameral
What things do all states have to have?
A written plan for government
Second Congressional Congress urged people to begin creating…
Divided into 2 parts or houses
Legislature (bicameral), governor, and courts with judges
Constitution
A written plan for government
May 1776
Second Congressional Congress urged people to begin creating…
40 terms
Civics Government and Economics in Action - Chapter 3
alien
jury of peers
representatives
common good
Citizen of one country living in another country
decides whether the accused is innocent or guilty
people chosen to act for fellow citizens in government
well being of all members of society
alien
Citizen of one country living in another country
jury of peers
decides whether the accused is innocent or guilty
18 terms
Civics and Economics: Chapter 3
Bicameral
Confederation
Shay's Rebellion
Great Compromise
legislature consisting of two houses
group of individuals or state governments united in a alliance
farmers didn't want to lose their farm because increased stat…
agreement providing dual system of congressional representation
Bicameral
legislature consisting of two houses
Confederation
group of individuals or state governments united in a alliance
18 terms
Chapter 3 Vocab: Civics and Economics
bicameral
confederation
ratify
Shays Rebellion
a legislature consisting of two parts, or houses.
a group of individuals or state governments.
to vote approval of
an uprising of Massachusetts farmers who did not want to lose…
bicameral
a legislature consisting of two parts, or houses.
confederation
a group of individuals or state governments.
23 terms
Civics and Economics Chapter 3 Vocabulary
Constitution
Bicameral
Confederation
Ratify
A document which spells out the principles by which a governm…
A legislature consisting of two parts, or houses
An organization that consists of a number of parties or group…
Sign or give formal consent to (a treaty, contract, or agreem…
Constitution
A document which spells out the principles by which a governm…
Bicameral
A legislature consisting of two parts, or houses
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Civics and Economics Chapter 3 Vocablary
Constitution
bicameral
confederation
ratify
a detailed, written plan for government
a legislature consisting of 2 parts, or houses
a group of individuals or state governments
to vote approval of
Constitution
a detailed, written plan for government
bicameral
a legislature consisting of 2 parts, or houses
23 terms
Civics and Economics Chapter 3 Vocab.
Bicameral
Ratify
Constitution
Confederation
Legislature that's divided into two houses or parts.
To approve a law, rule, or document done by a nation. States…
Basic laws and principles of a nation are outlined in this do…
A group of individuals who band together for a common purpose.
Bicameral
Legislature that's divided into two houses or parts.
Ratify
To approve a law, rule, or document done by a nation. States…
Chapter 3 Vocab Civics and Economics
Constitution
Bicameral
Confederation
Ratify
a detailed, written plan for government
a legislature consisting of 2 parts, or houses
a group of individuals or state governments
to vote approval
Constitution
a detailed, written plan for government
Bicameral
a legislature consisting of 2 parts, or houses
Civics and Economics Vocabulary: Chapter 3
Constitution
Bicameral
Confederation
Ratify
A document which spells out the principles by which a governm…
A legislature consisting of two parts, or houses.... Our legisl…
A political system in which a weak central government has lim…
to confirm by expressing consent, approval, or formal sanctio…
Constitution
A document which spells out the principles by which a governm…
Bicameral
A legislature consisting of two parts, or houses.... Our legisl…
47 terms
Chapter 3 and 4 Civics and Economics
Confederation
Articles Weakness
Shay's Rebellion
Independent
small group of individual state governments that band togethe…
Congress required 9 / 13 states agreement to pass a law.
Direct cause of the taxes Congress put on the people. The far…
after the revolutionary war America was in great debt. To mak…
Confederation
small group of individual state governments that band togethe…
Articles Weakness
Congress required 9 / 13 states agreement to pass a law.
Civics and Economics Chapter 3 Section 3
Which article of the Constitution sets…
Which article states that nine states…
Which article of the Constitution disc…
Which article declares the Constitutio…
Article V
Article VII
Article IV
Article VI
Which article of the Constitution sets…
Article V
Which article states that nine states…
Article VII
Civics and Economics Chapter 3 Vocab
constitution
bicameral
confederation
ratify
a written plan of government
a legislature consisting of two parts or houses
a group of individual state governments that band together fo…
to approve
constitution
a written plan of government
bicameral
a legislature consisting of two parts or houses
Chapter 3 vocabulary Civics and Economics
popular sovereignty
Preamble
limited government
majority rule
Government by consent of the governed.
The beginning of the U.S. Constitution, which describes its p…
A system in which government powers are carefully spelled out…
A system in which the decision of more than half the people i…
popular sovereignty
Government by consent of the governed.
Preamble
The beginning of the U.S. Constitution, which describes its p…
Chapter 3 Voc. Civics and Economics
Constitution
Confederation
Ratify
Constitution Convention
a detailed, written plan for government
a group of individuals or state-governments
to vote approval of
meeting of state delegates in 1787 leading to adoption of new…
Constitution
a detailed, written plan for government
Confederation
a group of individuals or state-governments
14 terms
Civics and Economics Chapter 3 Section 1
Which of the following men was a deleg…
Which state chose not to take part in…
Seven of the delegates to the Constitu…
The participants at the convention agr…
a. James Madison
c. Rhode Island
b. governors of their states
b. secret
Which of the following men was a deleg…
a. James Madison
Which state chose not to take part in…
c. Rhode Island
Chapter 3 HN Civics, and Economics Definitions
Preamble
Limited Government
Majority Rule
Delegated Powers
The beginning of the US constitution, which describes its pur…
A system in which government powers are carefully spelled out…
A system in which the decision of more than half the people i…
Powers given to the federal government by the constitution.
Preamble
The beginning of the US constitution, which describes its pur…
Limited Government
A system in which government powers are carefully spelled out…
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Civics and Economics Chapter 3 Section 4
The branch of government that has the…
Who said, "I am persuaded no Constitut…
The notion that the power lies with th…
The rights to establish schools and ma…
a. executive branch
d. Thomas Jefferson
b. popular sovereignty
c. reserved powers
The branch of government that has the…
a. executive branch
Who said, "I am persuaded no Constitut…
d. Thomas Jefferson
Civics and Economics Chapter 3 Study Guide
June 21, 1778
Separation of powers
Three-fourths
Enumerated or expressed powers
When did the Constitution become the law of the land?
What principle did Montesquieu devise?
Fraction of states that must approve a proposed constitutiona…
Type of powers given to the federal government.
June 21, 1778
When did the Constitution become the law of the land?
Separation of powers
What principle did Montesquieu devise?
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Civics and Economics Chapter 3 Section 2
The group of people named by each stat…
What was the name of the plan that cal…
What term refers to a form of governme…
What was the name of the plan that cal…
d. the Electoral College
c. Virginia Plan
a. federalism
a. New Jersey Plan
The group of people named by each stat…
d. the Electoral College
What was the name of the plan that cal…
c. Virginia Plan
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Civics and Economics Chapter 3 Vocabulary Pt. 1
Constitution
Bicameral
Confederation
Articles of Confederation
a detailed, written plan for government
a legislature consisting of two parts, or houses
a group of individuals or state governments
the first constitution of the United States
Constitution
a detailed, written plan for government
Bicameral
a legislature consisting of two parts, or houses
Civics and economics chapter 3 test
The original purpose of the Constituti…
Which of the following phrases identif…
A system of checks and balances allows…
How did the Virginia Plan and the New…
a. revise the Articles of Confederation. ... b. review and ratif…
a. to establish Justice Correct... b. to create Checks and Balan…
a. impeach judges.... b. veto laws. ... c. refuse to approve treati…
a. The New Jersey Plan suggested the creation of legislative,…
The original purpose of the Constituti…
a. revise the Articles of Confederation. ... b. review and ratif…
Which of the following phrases identif…
a. to establish Justice Correct... b. to create Checks and Balan…
Civics and Economics Chapter 3 Section 2
The group of people named by each stat…
What was the name of the plan that cal…
What term refers to a form of governme…
What was the name of the plan that cal…
d. the Electoral College
c. Virginia Plan
a. federalism
a. New Jersey Plan
The group of people named by each stat…
d. the Electoral College
What was the name of the plan that cal…
c. Virginia Plan
Civics Government and Economics in Action - Chapter 3
citizen
naturalization
alien
representatives
a person with certain rights and duties under a government
gone through the process of becoming a citizen
Citizen of one country living in another country
people chosen to act and speak for fellow citizens in governm…
citizen
a person with certain rights and duties under a government
naturalization
gone through the process of becoming a citizen
Civics and Economics Chapter 3 Section 1
Which of the following men was a deleg…
Which state chose not to take part in…
Seven of the delegates to the Constitu…
The participants at the convention agr…
a. James Madison
c. Rhode Island
b. governors of their states
b. secret
Which of the following men was a deleg…
a. James Madison
Which state chose not to take part in…
c. Rhode Island
11 terms
Civics Chapter 3
immigrant
institution
popular sovereignty
citizen
a person who moves permanently to another country
an important organization or group with a relationship
government whose power is from the people
a person who is loyal to a government & protected by that gov…
immigrant
a person who moves permanently to another country
institution
an important organization or group with a relationship
54 terms
Civics and Economics Chapter 3-4 study guide
What is a constitution
Jan. 1776---New Hampshire first colony…
Bicameral
1780 Massachusetts constitution last t…
A written plan for government
To be free of British rule
Made laws for Having two branches or chambers
it was different from the 12 other colonies
What is a constitution
A written plan for government
Jan. 1776---New Hampshire first colony…
To be free of British rule
Civics and Economics Chapter 3 Section 4
The branch of government that has the…
Who said, "I am persuaded no Constitut…
The notion that the power lies with th…
The rights to establish schools and ma…
a. executive branch
d. Thomas Jefferson
b. popular sovereignty
c. reserved powers
The branch of government that has the…
a. executive branch
Who said, "I am persuaded no Constitut…
d. Thomas Jefferson
Civics and Economics Chapter 3 Section 2
The group of people named by each stat…
What was the name of the plan that cal…
What term refers to a form of governme…
What was the name of the plan that cal…
d. the Electoral College
c. Virginia Plan
a. federalism
a. New Jersey Plan
The group of people named by each stat…
d. the Electoral College
What was the name of the plan that cal…
c. Virginia Plan
Civics and Economics Chapter 3: Section 2 and 3
Constitution convention
Great Compromise
Three-fifths compromise
Electoral College
a meeting of state delegates in 1787 leading to adoption of n…
agreement providing a dual system of congressional representa…
agreement providing that enslaved persons would count as thre…
a group of people named by each state legislature to select t…
Constitution convention
a meeting of state delegates in 1787 leading to adoption of n…
Great Compromise
agreement providing a dual system of congressional representa…
69 terms
Civics and Economics Unit 3 Economics
the central bank of the US, bank for b…
Federal Reserve System
12
Federal Open Market Committee
what is the FED
what does FED stand for
how many federal reserve districts are there
what does FOMC stand for
the central bank of the US, bank for b…
what is the FED
Federal Reserve System
what does FED stand for
26 terms
Civics Chapter 3 Vocabulary
Checks and balances
Implied powers
Federalists
Federal System (federalism)
A system that allows each branch of government to limit the p…
Powers not specifically mentioned in the constitution
A term used to describe supporters of the Constitution during…
A government that divides the powers of government between th…
Checks and balances
A system that allows each branch of government to limit the p…
Implied powers
Powers not specifically mentioned in the constitution
Civics Chapter 3
Constitutional Convention
George Washington
Rhode Island
Secrecy Policy
each state sent delegates to Philadelphia to fix the Articles…
everyone agreed that he should preside over, or be in charge…
the only state that chose not to attend the convention becaus…
the participants in the convention agreed to keep everything…
Constitutional Convention
each state sent delegates to Philadelphia to fix the Articles…
George Washington
everyone agreed that he should preside over, or be in charge…
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