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US History Chapter 6 (Constitution stuff)
What is considered the Nation's First…
What are the Articles of Confederation?
Who created the Articles of Confederat…
What is a confederation?
The Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union
A plan of government which provides the structure and powers…
the Second Continental Congress
A loose union of states which each member state retaining the…
What is considered the Nation's First…
The Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union
What are the Articles of Confederation?
A plan of government which provides the structure and powers…
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Chapter 6- The Constitution and the New Republic US History
Daniel Shay
Thomas Jefferson
Republicanism
States Rights
Mass. Rebellion, Stop losing farm land by foreclosure, leads…
Anti-federalists, does not like powerful gov't.
Idea to create government where you elect people to make deci…
States should hold more power than Federal government ... - righ…
Daniel Shay
Mass. Rebellion, Stop losing farm land by foreclosure, leads…
Thomas Jefferson
Anti-federalists, does not like powerful gov't.
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Chapter 6 US history citizenship and the Constitution
overriding veto
Executive orders
Pardon
District courts
Two thirds majority vote
President issues to command the power of law
Freedom from punishment
94... Lowest level of courts
overriding veto
Two thirds majority vote
Executive orders
President issues to command the power of law
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AP US History Chapter 6: The Constitution and the New Republic 1787-1800
Foreign Problems
Economic Weaknesses
Annapolis Convention
Initial Purpose of Philadelphia Conven…
relations between Europe were troubled, States failed to adhe…
reduced foreign trade and limited credit due to nonpayment of…
1786 only five states sent delegates, to discuss the economic…
"for the sole and express purpose of revising the Articles of…
Foreign Problems
relations between Europe were troubled, States failed to adhe…
Economic Weaknesses
reduced foreign trade and limited credit due to nonpayment of…
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US constitution chapter 6
going public
blog
media event
attentive policy elites
a strategy whereby a president seeks to influence policy elit…
a form of newsletter, journal, or "log" of thoughts for publi…
a situation that is so "newsworthy" that the mass media are c…
leaders who follow news in specific policy areas.
going public
a strategy whereby a president seeks to influence policy elit…
blog
a form of newsletter, journal, or "log" of thoughts for publi…
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US History Chapter 6 Creating the Constitution Ramsey BHS
Articles of Confederation
Constitutional Convention
Northwest Ordinance
Great Compromise
1st Constitution of the U.S. 1781-1788 (weaknesses-no executi…
A meeting in Philadelphia in 1787 that produced a new constit…
Enacted in 1787, it is considered one of the most significant…
1787; This compromise was between the large and small states…
Articles of Confederation
1st Constitution of the U.S. 1781-1788 (weaknesses-no executi…
Constitutional Convention
A meeting in Philadelphia in 1787 that produced a new constit…
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US History Chapter 6
precedent
Cabinet
tariff
loose construction
an act or statement that becomes a tradition to be followed
the officials who head the major executive departments and ad…
a tax on imported goods
a broad interpretation of the Constitution relying on the imp…
precedent
an act or statement that becomes a tradition to be followed
Cabinet
the officials who head the major executive departments and ad…
AP US History Chapter 6: The Constitution and the New Republic 1787-1800
Foreign Problems
Economic Weaknesses
Annapolis Convention
Initial Purpose of Philadelphia Conven…
relations between Europe were troubled, States failed to adhe…
reduced foreign trade and limited credit due to nonpayment of…
1786 only five states sent delegates, to discuss the economic…
"for the sole and express purpose of revising the Articles of…
Foreign Problems
relations between Europe were troubled, States failed to adhe…
Economic Weaknesses
reduced foreign trade and limited credit due to nonpayment of…
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US History, Chapter 6
Totalitarian
Fascism
Axis Powers
Appeasement
A form of government in which the ruler is an absolute dictat…
A political system headed by a dictator that calls for extrem…
Alliance of Germany, Italy, and Japan during World War II.
A policy of making concessions to an aggressor in the hopes o…
Totalitarian
A form of government in which the ruler is an absolute dictat…
Fascism
A political system headed by a dictator that calls for extrem…
AP US History Chapter 6: The Constitution and the New Republic 1787-1800
Foreign Problems
Economic Weaknesses
Annapolis Convention
Initial Purpose of Philadelphia Conven…
relations between Europe were troubled, States failed to adhe…
reduced foreign trade and limited credit due to nonpayment of…
1786 only five states sent delegates, to discuss the economic…
"for the sole and express purpose of revising the Articles of…
Foreign Problems
relations between Europe were troubled, States failed to adhe…
Economic Weaknesses
reduced foreign trade and limited credit due to nonpayment of…
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US History Chapter 6
Independence
Petition
Declaration of Independence
Natural Rights
self-reliance and freedom from outside control
Written requests to the government
Signed in 1776 by US revolutionaries; it declared the United…
The rights of all people to dignity and worth; also called hu…
Independence
self-reliance and freedom from outside control
Petition
Written requests to the government
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AP US History Chapter 6: The Constitution and the New Republic 1787-1800
Foreign Problems
Economic Weaknesses
Annapolis Convention
Initial Purpose of Philadelphia Conven…
relations between Europe were troubled, States failed to adhe…
reduced foreign trade and limited credit due to nonpayment of…
1786 only five states sent delegates, to discuss the economic…
"for the sole and express purpose of revising the Articles of…
Foreign Problems
relations between Europe were troubled, States failed to adhe…
Economic Weaknesses
reduced foreign trade and limited credit due to nonpayment of…
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Chapter 6 US Constitution
Federal System
Bill of Rights
US Constitution
What are the 3 branches of government?
a system that divided powers between the states and the feder…
10 amendments added to the constitution to protect US citizen…
Balances the power of the federal government among the legisl…
Legislative, Executive, and Judicial
Federal System
a system that divided powers between the states and the feder…
Bill of Rights
10 amendments added to the constitution to protect US citizen…
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US3- Chapter 6 - The Constitution and the New Republic
alexander hamilton
alien and sedition acts
antifederalists
bill of rights
a Founding Father of the United States, chief staff aide to G…
four bills passed by the Federalist-dominated 5th United Stat…
a person who opposed the ratification of the Constitution in…
the first ten amendments to the US Constitution, ratified in…
alexander hamilton
a Founding Father of the United States, chief staff aide to G…
alien and sedition acts
four bills passed by the Federalist-dominated 5th United Stat…
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US History Chapter 6 - AC
secede
Emancipation Proclamation
Confederate
lose
To leave an organization
Issued by abraham lincoln on september 22, 1862 it declared t…
Southern states during the civil war
Did not win
secede
To leave an organization
Emancipation Proclamation
Issued by abraham lincoln on september 22, 1862 it declared t…
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US History Chapter 6
administration
precedent
Cabinet
tariff
the president and his political appointees, who are responsib…
an example that may serve as a basis for imitation or later a…
Advisory council for the president consisting of the heads of…
A government tax on imports or exports.
administration
the president and his political appointees, who are responsib…
precedent
an example that may serve as a basis for imitation or later a…
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US History: Chapter 8- The Constitution
popular sovereignty
limited government
enumerated power
reserved power
the belief that government is subject to the will of the people
government with limited powers strictly defined by law
power specifically given Congress in the Constitution
power belonging only to the states
popular sovereignty
the belief that government is subject to the will of the people
limited government
government with limited powers strictly defined by law
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AP US History: Chapter 6- The Constitution and the New Republic
Alexander Hamilton
Alien and Sedition Acts
Antifederalists
Bill of Rights
...
...
...
...
Alexander Hamilton
...
Alien and Sedition Acts
...
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Chapter 6 US History
Bessemer Process
Thomas Alva Edison
Alexander Graham Bell
Transcontinental Railroad
technique involved injecting air into molten iron to remove t…
Established the world's first research lab. Perfected the inc…
invented the telephone
Rail lines that stretched across the nation
Bessemer Process
technique involved injecting air into molten iron to remove t…
Thomas Alva Edison
Established the world's first research lab. Perfected the inc…
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US History Chapter 6
Privateers
Quebec
Yorktown
Artillery (cannons)
Term for merchant vessels that was outfitted for war
Patriots invaded this city in Canada which resulted in a loss.
Place where the British surrendered that ended the war
This was taken at Fort Ticonderoga and helped the Patriots fr…
Privateers
Term for merchant vessels that was outfitted for war
Quebec
Patriots invaded this city in Canada which resulted in a loss.
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AP US History Chapter 6: The Constitution and the New Republic 1787-1800
Post-Independence Issues
Post-Independence Economic Issues
Annapolis Convention of 1786
Initial Purpose of the Philadelphia Co…
1. relations between Europe were troubled... 2. states failed to…
1. reduced foreign trade and limited credit due to nonpayment…
1. only five states sent delegates, to discuss the economic d…
"for the sole and express purpose of revising the Articles of…
Post-Independence Issues
1. relations between Europe were troubled... 2. states failed to…
Post-Independence Economic Issues
1. reduced foreign trade and limited credit due to nonpayment…
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AP US History Chapter 6: The Constitution and the New Republic 1787-1800
James Madison
Alexander Hamilton
Virginia Plan
New Jersey Plan
father of the Constitution
Delegate to the Constitutional Convention and leader of the F…
proposed by Madison, favored the larger states
favored the small states in its form of representation
James Madison
father of the Constitution
Alexander Hamilton
Delegate to the Constitutional Convention and leader of the F…
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US History Chapter 6
George Washington
Judicial Act of 1789
Department of State
Department of War
the first president of the country under the new government…
established a federal court system that allowed state court d…
Executive department that deals with foreign affairs
Executive department that handles military matters
George Washington
the first president of the country under the new government…
Judicial Act of 1789
established a federal court system that allowed state court d…
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US History Chapter 6
Edwin Drake
Spindletop
Bessemer Process
Thomas Edison
Who used a steam engine to drill for oil at Titusville, PA an…
What oil strike led to the oil boom in Texas?
What development in the processing of steel made steel quicke…
Who invented the lightbulb?
Edwin Drake
Who used a steam engine to drill for oil at Titusville, PA an…
Spindletop
What oil strike led to the oil boom in Texas?
Chapter 6 Vocab US History
Social Darwinism
Vertical Integration
Horizontal Consolidation
Holding Company
an economic and social philosophy - supposedly based on the b…
a company's taking over its suppliers and distributors to gai…
the merging of companies that make similar products
a corporation formed to buy up the stock of other companies a…
Social Darwinism
an economic and social philosophy - supposedly based on the b…
Vertical Integration
a company's taking over its suppliers and distributors to gai…
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AP US History Chapter 6 (The Constitution and the New Republic)
How did the delegates initially feel a…
How many years passed between the Trea…
What did the states fail to do that vi…
What financial state was the U.S. in a…
Skeptical
4 years. (1783-1787)
They did not restore the property of the loyalists and repay…
A terrible state. They couldn't stop Britain maintaining its…
How did the delegates initially feel a…
Skeptical
How many years passed between the Trea…
4 years. (1783-1787)
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US History Chapter 6
black gold
Edwin L. Drake
Bessemer Steel Process
What was steel used for?
oil - American settlers used this for kerosene lamps and fuel
successfully used a steam engine to remove oil from beneath t…
puts air into iron to remove carbon to make steel
railroads, barbed wires, farm machines; changed construction…
black gold
oil - American settlers used this for kerosene lamps and fuel
Edwin L. Drake
successfully used a steam engine to remove oil from beneath t…
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US History Chapter 6
Edwin Drake
Bessemer Process
Thomas Alva Edison
Christopher Sholes
first successfully used a steam engine to drill for oil benea…
a cheap and efficient method for making steel, developed arou…
invented incandescent light bulb; worked on an electrical dis…
invented the typewriter
Edwin Drake
first successfully used a steam engine to drill for oil benea…
Bessemer Process
a cheap and efficient method for making steel, developed arou…
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US History 8 Chapter 6
subsistence farming
literacy
imports
Tidewater
Producing almost all the goods needed by the farm family, usu…
the ability to read and write
goods and services brought into a nation from another nation
A region close to the water which was affected by the tides,…
subsistence farming
Producing almost all the goods needed by the farm family, usu…
literacy
the ability to read and write
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US History Chapter 6 Vocabulary
distinct
apportionment
ascertained
assembly
clearly different feature that sets something apart
the number of delegates assigned to a state based on their po…
to figure out something with certainty through investigation;…
a group of people gathered together in one place for a common…
distinct
clearly different feature that sets something apart
apportionment
the number of delegates assigned to a state based on their po…
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US History - Chapter 6
federal system
distinct
impeach
veto
A way of organizing a government to share power between the s…
Separate
A vote to bring charges of serious crimes against a president
Cancel
federal system
A way of organizing a government to share power between the s…
distinct
Separate
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Kerr US History US Constitution (Ch 6)
Vast new nation stats (1780s)
National Pride
Agrarian minded population (1780s)
Commercial minded population (1780s)
3 million people along seaboard... 6 Xs size of England... 95% of p…
Despite distances between places and scattered settlements, c…
-great majority of people were small farmers... -escaped the tax…
- much smaller % of pop... - Future of US: economic growth and n…
Vast new nation stats (1780s)
3 million people along seaboard... 6 Xs size of England... 95% of p…
National Pride
Despite distances between places and scattered settlements, c…
US History Chapter 6
apprentice
artisan
triangular trade routes
Middle Passage
someone who learns a skill by working for an experienced pers…
a worker skilled at making things by hand
trade routes that are between three region; they make the sha…
the middle part of a slave's journey from Africa to the Ameri…
apprentice
someone who learns a skill by working for an experienced pers…
artisan
a worker skilled at making things by hand
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Chapter 6-7 US History
Court- martial
Privateer
Embargo
Impressment
to try by a military court.
armed private ship
An order prohibiting trade with another country
forcing people into service, as in the navy
Court- martial
to try by a military court.
Privateer
armed private ship
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US history chapter 6
Thomas Paine
Richard Henry Lee
resolution
preamble
Revolutionary leader wrote Common Sense (1776) arguing for Am…
Called for a resolution in the Second Continental Congress fo…
formal statement of opinion
An introduction to a speech or piece of writing
Thomas Paine
Revolutionary leader wrote Common Sense (1776) arguing for Am…
Richard Henry Lee
Called for a resolution in the Second Continental Congress fo…
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US history chapter 6
First 10 amendments to the US constitu…
law that created a federal court system
group that advises the US president, m…
Economic system in which private busin…
bill of rights
judiciary act of 1789
cabinet
capitalism
First 10 amendments to the US constitu…
bill of rights
law that created a federal court system
judiciary act of 1789
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US History Chapter 6
First 4 Presidents of the US and Major…
Judiciary Act of 1789
Alexander Hamilton
Secretary Thomas Jefferson
George Washington... -The Judiciary Act of 1789... -Bank of the US…
establishes federal court system... -number of SC justices (1 ch…
Washington's Secretary of Treasury... Beliefs: ... -strong central…
Washington's Secretary of State... Beliefs:... -strong state and l…
First 4 Presidents of the US and Major…
George Washington... -The Judiciary Act of 1789... -Bank of the US…
Judiciary Act of 1789
establishes federal court system... -number of SC justices (1 ch…
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US History Chapter 6
Committee of Correspondence
Tea Act
Boston Tea Party
Tories
formed in 1772-1773; provided information and a model of inte…
passed in 1773 by Parliament which granted the East India Com…
in 1773 a group of Patriots protested the Tea Act by damaging…
pro-British colonists
Committee of Correspondence
formed in 1772-1773; provided information and a model of inte…
Tea Act
passed in 1773 by Parliament which granted the East India Com…
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US History Chapter 9: The Constitution
Popular Sovereignty
Legislative branch
Executive branch
Judicial branch
The idea the government recieves its power from the people
Branch of government that passes laws
Branch of government that enforces the laws
Branch of government that decides if laws are carried out fai…
Popular Sovereignty
The idea the government recieves its power from the people
Legislative branch
Branch of government that passes laws
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AMSCO AP US History Chapter 6
James Madison
Alexander Hamilton
Framers of the Constitution
Gouverneur Morris
He is one of the people who wrote the Constitution, and he is…
One of the authors of the Federalist Papers. He favored a str…
In the summer of 1787 55 delegates met in Philadelphia to cre…
Leader who helped write the Constitution. (p. 105)
James Madison
He is one of the people who wrote the Constitution, and he is…
Alexander Hamilton
One of the authors of the Federalist Papers. He favored a str…
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AMSCO AP US History Chapter 6
James Madison
Alexander Hamilton
Framers of the Constitution
Gouverneur Morris
He is one of the people who wrote the Constitution, and he is…
One of the authors of the Federalist Papers. He favored a str…
In the summer of 1787 55 delegates met in Philadelphia to cre…
Leader who helped write the Constitution. (p. 105)
James Madison
He is one of the people who wrote the Constitution, and he is…
Alexander Hamilton
One of the authors of the Federalist Papers. He favored a str…
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US History: Chapter 6
Muckraker
Direct Primary
Initiative
Referendum
A journalist who uncovers abuses and corruption in a society
A vote held by all members of a political party to decide the…
The right of citizens to place a measure or issue before the…
The practice of letting voters accept or reject measures prop…
Muckraker
A journalist who uncovers abuses and corruption in a society
Direct Primary
A vote held by all members of a political party to decide the…
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US History Chapter 6
Washington's Farewell Address
Neutrality
Whisky Rebellion
Democratic Republics
after two years Washington decides he doesn't want to be in p…
non-involvement... became a foreign policy because the US didn'…
farmers opposed a tax on whisky... rebelled this tax... fed. troo…
Jefferson
Washington's Farewell Address
after two years Washington decides he doesn't want to be in p…
Neutrality
non-involvement... became a foreign policy because the US didn'…
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US History Chapter 6
New York, Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsy…
Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, So…
Henry Hudson
Three countries that claimed New York
Middle Colonies
Southern Colonies
explorer hired to explore New York for the Dutch
Holland, France, England
New York, Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsy…
Middle Colonies
Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, So…
Southern Colonies
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BJU US History Chapter 6
Boston Tea Party
American War for Independence
Patriots
Loyalists
Lasted for less than 3 hours where 342 large cases of tea wer…
A revolution fundamentally different from the French and Russ…
Colonists who fought for the cause of independence.
Colonists who continued to support the crown. These colonists…
Boston Tea Party
Lasted for less than 3 hours where 342 large cases of tea wer…
American War for Independence
A revolution fundamentally different from the French and Russ…
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US History Chapter 6
Benjamin Franklin
Revolutionary War
Battle of Saratoga
Treaty of Paris
Printer, author, inventor, diplomat, statesman, and Founding…
War fought between the American colonies and England. America…
Turning point of the American Revolution. It was very importa…
(1783) peace agreement that officially ended the revolutionar…
Benjamin Franklin
Printer, author, inventor, diplomat, statesman, and Founding…
Revolutionary War
War fought between the American colonies and England. America…
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US History Chapter 6 Vocabulary
Mercenary
Recruit
Transfer
Previous
Hired Soldier
To enlist in the military
To move
Earlier
Mercenary
Hired Soldier
Recruit
To enlist in the military
us history chapter 6
Tariff
Interest
Strict construction
Loose construction
a tax on imported goods
an extra sum of money that borrowers pay creditors in return…
government should only use the implied powers of the constitu…
one favoring a liberal construction of the Constitution of th…
Tariff
a tax on imported goods
Interest
an extra sum of money that borrowers pay creditors in return…
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Chapter 6 us History
Administration
Precedents
Cabinet
Tariffs
The officials in the executive branch of government
Acts or statements that become traditions to be followed
The group of federal leaders who headed the major departments…
Taxes on imported goods
Administration
The officials in the executive branch of government
Precedents
Acts or statements that become traditions to be followed
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US History 1: Chapter 6
Judiciary Act of 1789
Presidential Cabinet
Washington D.C.
Excise Tax
Law that established circuit and district courts and appointe…
Group of people who give advice to the President
Capital of the United States; Created as part of a compromise…
Tax on the production, sale, and distribution of a product
Judiciary Act of 1789
Law that established circuit and district courts and appointe…
Presidential Cabinet
Group of people who give advice to the President
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