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U.S. History chapter 5.2 Roots of Representative Government
Magna Carta
Parliament
Edmund Andros
Glorious Revolution
document that English nobles forced King John to sign, which…
England's chief law-making body and the colonists' model for…
royal governor of New England, put in place by King James, wh…
when Catholic King James fled England due to lack of support…
Magna Carta
document that English nobles forced King John to sign, which…
Parliament
England's chief law-making body and the colonists' model for…
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Chapter 5 Government
Bull Moose Party
Democratic Party
Democratic Republican
Electorate
Progressive party formed by Theodore Roosevelt
One of 2 major political parties in the US. Origins come from…
Party in the 19th Century favoring a strict interpretation of…
People eligible to vote.
Bull Moose Party
Progressive party formed by Theodore Roosevelt
Democratic Party
One of 2 major political parties in the US. Origins come from…
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US History - Chapter 5 Forming a Government
federalism
judicial branch
George Mason
Bill of Rights
sharing of power between central and state governments, creat…
branch of government responsible for interpreting the laws
opposed the Constitution because it did not have a section pr…
document created to protect the rights of citizens
federalism
sharing of power between central and state governments, creat…
judicial branch
branch of government responsible for interpreting the laws
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US History Chapter 5 - Forming a Government
Bill of Rights
checks and balances
Constitution
Constitutional Convention
the first 10 ammendments to the Constitution
system that prevents any branch of government from becoming t…
set of basic principles that determine the powers and duties…
meetings held in Philadelphia at which delegates from the sta…
Bill of Rights
the first 10 ammendments to the Constitution
checks and balances
system that prevents any branch of government from becoming t…
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Chapter 5 Forming a Government (History)
Magna Carta
English Bill of Rights
constitution
Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom
a document signed by King John in 1215; made the king subject…
passed in 1689; declared the supremacy of Parliament (Parliam…
a set of basic principles and laws that states the powers and…
a document that said no person could be forced to attend a pa…
Magna Carta
a document signed by King John in 1215; made the king subject…
English Bill of Rights
passed in 1689; declared the supremacy of Parliament (Parliam…
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US History Chapter 5 Government
Republic
Unicameral Legislature
Bicameral Legislature
Articles of Confederation
form of government in which officials are elected by the people
lawmaking body made up of a single house
lawmaking body made up of two houses
original federal constitution drafted by the Continental Cong…
Republic
form of government in which officials are elected by the people
Unicameral Legislature
lawmaking body made up of a single house
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BJU American Government Chapter 5
Strict Constructionists (Originalists)
Broad Constructionists (Living Constit…
Necessary and Proper Clause
Amendment Process
Those who believe that the text of the Constitution is import…
Those who take a broader approach to constitutional interpret…
Article I Section 8 Clause 18... Authorizes Congress to make al…
The formal means of adapting the Constitution to meet changin…
Strict Constructionists (Originalists)
Those who believe that the text of the Constitution is import…
Broad Constructionists (Living Constit…
Those who take a broader approach to constitutional interpret…
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American Government Chapter 5
political party
political spectrum
partisanship
single-member district
a group of people who seek control government through the win…
range of political views
the strong support of their party and its poicy stands
electoral district from which one person is chosen by the vot…
political party
a group of people who seek control government through the win…
political spectrum
range of political views
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Government Alive! Chapter 5
Civil Liberties
Civil Rights
Incorporation
Secular
Basic freedoms guaranteed under the U.S. Constitution, such a…
Guarantees of equal rights and equal treatment under the law,…
The process by which the Supreme Court applies the Bill of Ri…
Not religious or spiritual in nature.
Civil Liberties
Basic freedoms guaranteed under the U.S. Constitution, such a…
Civil Rights
Guarantees of equal rights and equal treatment under the law,…
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Government - Chapter 5
Constitutents
Apportionment
Appropration
Impeachment
People who live within an area a Congressman represents.
The distribution of House seats among the states based on pop…
A bill that sets aside funds for a specific purpose.
The power to charge officials in the executive and judicial b…
Constitutents
People who live within an area a Congressman represents.
Apportionment
The distribution of House seats among the states based on pop…
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Government Chapter 5 Vocabulary
bicameral legislature
session
census
reapportionment
a two-chamber legislature
a period of time during which a legislature meets to conduct…
a population count
the process of reassigning representation based on population…
bicameral legislature
a two-chamber legislature
session
a period of time during which a legislature meets to conduct…
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Chapter 5 History Facts of Government
What were the Articles of Confederation?
Bicameral legislature
Unicameral Leglisature
What Power Did Congress Have?
The first form of government in The U.S. passed by congress i…
Law making body that consisted of a House of representatives…
Law making body that consisted of a single house. The members…
Right to manage foreign affairs, produce coins, Declare War,…
What were the Articles of Confederation?
The first form of government in The U.S. passed by congress i…
Bicameral legislature
Law making body that consisted of a House of representatives…
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History Chapter 5: Creating a New Government
Articles of confederation
Executive branch
James madison
Bill of rights
The document that created the first central gov for the us. r…
The division of the federal gov that includes the president a…
Father of the constitution because of his central role at con…
The first ten amendments to the us constitution
Articles of confederation
The document that created the first central gov for the us. r…
Executive branch
The division of the federal gov that includes the president a…
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7th History Chapter 5 - Forming a Government Vocabulary
Magna Carta
constitution
Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom
suffrage
signed in 1215, required the king to follow the same... laws as…
a set of basic principles and laws that states the powers and…
a document that gave people in Virginia freedom of worship an…
voting rights
Magna Carta
signed in 1215, required the king to follow the same... laws as…
constitution
a set of basic principles and laws that states the powers and…
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government chapter 5
in the US a political party is made up…
which is not a major function of eithe…
a multi party system ______
the 2 party system developed in the US…
work to get candidates nominated to political offices
to keep the general public informed about key issues
is composed of parties with special interests
conflicts about the constitution created opposing view points
in the US a political party is made up…
work to get candidates nominated to political offices
which is not a major function of eithe…
to keep the general public informed about key issues
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American History Chapter 5 Forming a Government
Magna Carta
Constitution
Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom
Suffrage
a document signed by King John in 1215, made the king subject…
a set of basic principles and laws that states the powers and…
This document declared that no person could be forced to atte…
the right to vote
Magna Carta
a document signed by King John in 1215, made the king subject…
Constitution
a set of basic principles and laws that states the powers and…
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Government Alive! Chapter 5
Civil Liberties
Civil Rights
Incorporation
Secular
Basic freedoms guaranteed under the U.S. Constitution, such a…
Guarantees of equal rights and equal treatment under the law,…
The process by which the Supreme Court applies the Bill of Ri…
Not religious or spiritual in nature.
Civil Liberties
Basic freedoms guaranteed under the U.S. Constitution, such a…
Civil Rights
Guarantees of equal rights and equal treatment under the law,…
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Government - Chapter 5 Vocabulary
Caseworker
Session
Census
Reapportionment
A member of a lawmaker's personal staff who handles requests…
A period of time during which a legislature meets to conduct…
A population count
The process of reassigning representation based on population…
Caseworker
A member of a lawmaker's personal staff who handles requests…
Session
A period of time during which a legislature meets to conduct…
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Chapter 5 Government Vocabulary
political party
political spectrum
partisanship
single-member districts
a group of persons who seek to control government through the…
range of political views
stong support of their party and its political stands
electoral district from which one person is chosen by voters…
political party
a group of persons who seek to control government through the…
political spectrum
range of political views
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Chapter 5- Forming a Government
Magna Carta
constitution
Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom
suffrage
An English document that limited power of the monarch.
A set of basic principles and laws that states the powers and…
A law that included Thomas Jefferson's ideas granting religio…
Voting rights.
Magna Carta
An English document that limited power of the monarch.
constitution
A set of basic principles and laws that states the powers and…
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Chapter 5- Forming a Government
Magna Carta
constitution
Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom
suffrage
An English document that limited power of the monarch.
A set of basic principles and laws that states the powers and…
A law that included Thomas Jefferson's ideas granting religio…
Voting rights.
Magna Carta
An English document that limited power of the monarch.
constitution
A set of basic principles and laws that states the powers and…
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U.S History and Government (Chapter 5)
The use of a Federal Government
The Anti-Federalists wanted to have in…
To review the articles of confederation
To approve the constitution
What did the Articles of Confederation and the Constitution h…
What was the basic reason for the addition of the Bill of Rig…
What was the purpose of the Philidephia convention?
What does ratifying a constitution mean?
The use of a Federal Government
What did the Articles of Confederation and the Constitution h…
The Anti-Federalists wanted to have in…
What was the basic reason for the addition of the Bill of Rig…
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Government Chapter 5
Memorize the Preamble to the Constitut…
Who wrote the Federalist Papers?
What day is the Tuesday following the…
Who presides over the Senate when the…
We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more p…
Name the 3 men: Hamilton, Madison, Jay
Election Day
President Pro tempore
Memorize the Preamble to the Constitut…
We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more p…
Who wrote the Federalist Papers?
Name the 3 men: Hamilton, Madison, Jay
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Arizona Government History: Chapter 5 vocabulary
conservation
initiative
nominate
primary
moderate, cautious, or traditional
the process by which people can create a law or constitutiona…
to choose a person as a candidate for election or appointment
the first of 2 election; narrows the list of candidates withi…
conservation
moderate, cautious, or traditional
initiative
the process by which people can create a law or constitutiona…
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Chapter 5 Forming a Government
English Bill of Rights
did not have the rights of the citizens.
no person could be required to pay for…
they wanted to sell lots to the public…
prevented the king and queen from passing taxes or changing l…
Women, African Americans, and Native Americans did not take p…
Thomas Jefferson's Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom dec…
Congress decided to pass the Land Ordinance of 1785, which di…
English Bill of Rights
prevented the king and queen from passing taxes or changing l…
did not have the rights of the citizens.
Women, African Americans, and Native Americans did not take p…
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Government - Chapter 5
Constituents
Apportionment
Appropriation
Impeachment
The people who live within the area that a member of congress…
The distribution of the number of seats in the house based on…
Funds set aside by a bill for a specific purpose.
The power congress has to charge the officials in the executi…
Constituents
The people who live within the area that a member of congress…
Apportionment
The distribution of the number of seats in the house based on…
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Chapter 5 Government
Bicameral Legislature
What Congress Does
Number of Members in the Senate
Number of Members in the House of Repr…
Two chambers (Senate & House of Representatives)
Make Laws
100
435
Bicameral Legislature
Two chambers (Senate & House of Representatives)
What Congress Does
Make Laws
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Government Chapter 5
bicameral legislature
sessions
census bureau
census
a lawmaking body made up of two chambers or parts
a meeting of a group
government agency of the US responsible for enumerating the c…
a complete enumeration of a population
bicameral legislature
a lawmaking body made up of two chambers or parts
sessions
a meeting of a group
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Government- Chapter 5
constituents
apportionment
appropriation
impeachment
the people of a particular geographic area who are represente…
the distribution of seats in the House of Representatives amo…
a congressional act or bill that sets aside funds for a speci…
the process of charging officials in the executive and judici…
constituents
the people of a particular geographic area who are represente…
apportionment
the distribution of seats in the House of Representatives amo…
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US History Chapter 5 Building a New Government
Constitution
territory
convention
compromise
The laws and plans
land that belongs to a government but it's not a state
gathering of people for a particular reason
people agree on somegthing
Constitution
The laws and plans
territory
land that belongs to a government but it's not a state
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Government - Chapter 5
Constitutents
Apportionment
Appropration
Impeachment
People who live within an area a Congressman represents.
The distribution of House seats among the states based on pop…
A bill that sets aside funds for a specific purpose.
The power to charge officials in the executive and judicial b…
Constitutents
People who live within an area a Congressman represents.
Apportionment
The distribution of House seats among the states based on pop…
31 terms
US History Chapter 5: Forming a Government
Magna Carta
constitution
Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom
suffrage
a document signed by King John in 1215 that makes the king su…
a set of basic principles and laws that states the powers and…
a document that declared that no person could be forced to at…
the right to vote
Magna Carta
a document signed by King John in 1215 that makes the king su…
constitution
a set of basic principles and laws that states the powers and…
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History Chapter 5- Creating a New Government
What did state constitutions echo?
What was our first constitution?
When does Franklin come home from Fran…
Who replaces Franklin in France?
many British rights
Articles of Confederation
1784
Thomas Jefferson (bigtime Frankophile)
What did state constitutions echo?
many British rights
What was our first constitution?
Articles of Confederation
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american government chapter 5
Strict Constructionist
Broad Constructionist
"necessary and proper clause"
Proposal and Ratifying
believes that the interpretation of the constitution should b…
believes that the interpretation of the Constitution should t…
Constitution framers added this clause to give Congress the a…
Process of Amending the constitution./
Strict Constructionist
believes that the interpretation of the constitution should b…
Broad Constructionist
believes that the interpretation of the Constitution should t…
20 terms
Government - Chapter 5
political party
major party
partisanship
party in power
A group of persons who seek to control the government through…
A group that is large and has a big following. In the U.S., w…
Strong support for one's party.
the one in control of the executive branch of the government.
political party
A group of persons who seek to control the government through…
major party
A group that is large and has a big following. In the U.S., w…
38 terms
American History Chapter 5 Forming a Government
Magna Carta
Constitution
Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom
Suffrage
a document signed by King John in 1215, made the king subject…
a set of basic principles and laws that states the powers and…
This document declared that no person could be forced to atte…
the right to vote
Magna Carta
a document signed by King John in 1215, made the king subject…
Constitution
a set of basic principles and laws that states the powers and…
9 terms
Chapter 5 Vocabulary Government
Bicameral Legislative
Session
Census
Reapportionment
A legislative divided into two houses. The U.S. Congress and…
period of time during which, each year, Congress assembles an…
A complete enumeration of a population.
Process by which representative districts are switched accord…
Bicameral Legislative
A legislative divided into two houses. The U.S. Congress and…
Session
period of time during which, each year, Congress assembles an…
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Government in America Chapter 5
Brown v. Board of Education
affirmative action
Korematsu v. U.S.
19th Amendment
1954 SC decision that school segregation in Topeka Kansas was…
a policy requiring federal agencies, universities and most em…
1944 SC decision that upheld as constitutional the internment…
Constitutional amendment adopted in 1920 that guarantees wome…
Brown v. Board of Education
1954 SC decision that school segregation in Topeka Kansas was…
affirmative action
a policy requiring federal agencies, universities and most em…
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American Government & Citizenship Chapter 5, Democracy in Action
Responsibility
Duty
Draft
Tolerance
An obligation we fulfill voluntarily.
Things we are required to do.
To call up.
Accepting others regardless of their beliefs, practices, or d…
Responsibility
An obligation we fulfill voluntarily.
Duty
Things we are required to do.
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Chapter 5-Government and Economic Systems
democracy
direct democracy
limited government
unlimited government
is a form of government in which the people elect leaders and…
citizens meet regularly in a popular assembly to discuss issu…
a type of government that has legal limits on its power, usua…
government in which there are no limits set on a ruler's power.
democracy
is a form of government in which the people elect leaders and…
direct democracy
citizens meet regularly in a popular assembly to discuss issu…
Government Chapter 5
This amendment allows Congress to give…
How many members are in the House of R…
This term describes distributing seats…
The next U.S. census will take place i…
27th
435
Reapportionment
2020
This amendment allows Congress to give…
27th
How many members are in the House of R…
435
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Government Chapter 5+6
Political party
The 2 major parties are...
What type sof orient can parties be?
The 3 group parties contain
A group of people who seek to control government by winning e…
Democrats and Republicans
-principle oriented... -party oriented ... -election oriented
-the party organization = those who run and control the party…
Political party
A group of people who seek to control government by winning e…
The 2 major parties are...
Democrats and Republicans
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Government - Hampton - Chapter 5
Each member is required to publicly st…
People who live in a congress members…
Person who heads a committee in the Ho…
Long-running speech meant to keep meas…
roll-call vote
constituents
chair
filibuster
Each member is required to publicly st…
roll-call vote
People who live in a congress members…
constituents
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History Chapter 5 - Forming a New Government
What was the constitution that the Con…
How long did the Articles of Confedera…
Why were the Articles faulty?
What were the three economic problems…
The Articles of Confederation
It was called the Confederation period and lasted only eight…
The Articles gave more power to the states than they gave Con…
Trade problems, Congress lacked the power to enforce trade ag…
What was the constitution that the Con…
The Articles of Confederation
How long did the Articles of Confedera…
It was called the Confederation period and lasted only eight…
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History chapter 5 forming a government
Magna Carta
English Bill of Rights
John Locke
Baron de Montesquieu
Made the king subject to the law
Declared the supremacy of the Parliament and the monarchy cou…
Proposed the social contract between political rulers and the…
Said the only way to achieve liberty was through the separati…
Magna Carta
Made the king subject to the law
English Bill of Rights
Declared the supremacy of the Parliament and the monarchy cou…
17 terms
Government Chapter 5
Bail
Capital Punishment
Civil Liberties
Civil Rights
Money given over to a court in exchange for a criminal suspec…
The imposition of the death penalty on a person by the state.
Basic freedoms guaranteed under the U.S. Constitution, such a…
Guarantees of equal rights and equal treatment under the law,…
Bail
Money given over to a court in exchange for a criminal suspec…
Capital Punishment
The imposition of the death penalty on a person by the state.
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Chapter 5-7 Branches of government
bicameral legislature
apportioned
gerrymandering
immunity
lawmaking body made up of two houses
distributed
setting up district lines in favor of a political party
legal protection
bicameral legislature
lawmaking body made up of two houses
apportioned
distributed
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U.S. History - Chapter 5: Forming a Government Vocabulary
Magna Carta (1215)
Constitution
Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom…
suffrage
charter of liberties agreed to by King John of England; it ma…
a set of basic principles that determines the powers and duti…
a document that gave people in Virginia freedom of worship an…
voting rights
Magna Carta (1215)
charter of liberties agreed to by King John of England; it ma…
Constitution
a set of basic principles that determines the powers and duti…
22 terms
Government: Chapter 5
bicameral legislature
apportioned
gerrymandering
immunity
law making body of two houses
distributed
drawing district lines that favor a particular political part…
legal protection
bicameral legislature
law making body of two houses
apportioned
distributed
10 terms
Government Alive! Chapter 5
civil liberties
civil rights
incorporation
slander
Basic freedoms that are considered the birthright of all indi…
These aren't protections from the government. They are guaran…
The process of applying the Bill of Rights to the states thro…
Speaking a false statement with the intent to harm
civil liberties
Basic freedoms that are considered the birthright of all indi…
civil rights
These aren't protections from the government. They are guaran…
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