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History constitution notecards October 13
Federalism
Check and balances
Separation of powers
Popular sovereignty
Balance between states and federal; power divided between sta…
Used to keep the government from getting too powerful in one…
Each of the three branches have the abilities to check the po…
The people create the government and sustain so there for the…
Federalism
Balance between states and federal; power divided between sta…
Check and balances
Used to keep the government from getting too powerful in one…
49 terms
Constitution Notecards
New Jersey Plan
Virginia Plan
Great/Conneticut Compromise
3/5th Compromise
The plan called for each state to have one vote in Congress i…
The plan called for the amount of votes to be based on popula…
An agreement that large and small states reached during the C…
The delegates reached an agreement that slaves would count as…
New Jersey Plan
The plan called for each state to have one vote in Congress i…
Virginia Plan
The plan called for the amount of votes to be based on popula…
129 terms
Constitution Notecards
Where did the First Constitutional Con…
When did the First Constituional Congr…
What colony did not send a representat…
What year did the Second Continental C…
Philadelphia
1774
Georgia
1774
Where did the First Constitutional Con…
Philadelphia
When did the First Constituional Congr…
1774
Constitution Notecards
Article I
Article II
Article III
Article IV
Legislative Branch... Created laws... Coaches (Create the plays)
Executive Branch... Enforced laws... Football Players (Carried out…
Judicial Branch... Interpret laws... Referees (Judge if play is goo…
Full faith and credit clause... Relationship among the states... Dr…
Article I
Legislative Branch... Created laws... Coaches (Create the plays)
Article II
Executive Branch... Enforced laws... Football Players (Carried out…
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Constitution Notecards
article 1
article 2
article 3
article 4
legislative branch... makes laws... houses and senate
executive branch
judicial branch
relationship among the state's "full faith and credit clause"
article 1
legislative branch... makes laws... houses and senate
article 2
executive branch
Constitution Notecards
Article I
Article II
Article III
Article IV
Legislative Branch... Makes Laws... House and Senate
Executive Branch... Enforces Laws... President
Judicial Branch... Vote on Laws... Supreme Court
Full faith and credit clause... Must protect the laws within the…
Article I
Legislative Branch... Makes Laws... House and Senate
Article II
Executive Branch... Enforces Laws... President
Constitution Notecards
Article 1
Article 2
Article 3
Article 4
- Legislative Branch... - Makes Laws... - House and Senate
- Executive Branch... - enforces and executes laws... - lead by the…
- Judicial Branch... - makes sure that laws are being followed…
- Deals with the relationship among states... - "Full Faith and…
Article 1
- Legislative Branch... - Makes Laws... - House and Senate
Article 2
- Executive Branch... - enforces and executes laws... - lead by the…
129 terms
Constitution Notecards
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1774
Georgia
1774
Where did the First Continental Congress take place?
When did the First Continental Congress meet?
What colony did not send a representative to the First Contin…
What year did the Second Continental Congress take place?
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Where did the First Continental Congress take place?
1774
When did the First Continental Congress meet?
Constitution Notecards
Article 1
Article 2
Article 3
Article 4
Legislative Branch ... Makes laws ... House and Senate
Executive Branch ... Puts laws into action ... The President
Judicial Branch ... Makes sure laws are following the constituti…
relationship among the the states ... to bring states together…
Article 1
Legislative Branch ... Makes laws ... House and Senate
Article 2
Executive Branch ... Puts laws into action ... The President
Constitution Notecards
Article 1
Article 2
Article 3
Article IV
Legislative Branch ,makes laws, coach
Executive Branch ,President enforces laws,over 2 million people
Judicial Branch,supreme court,referees
Relationship among the state's, Full faith and credit clause
Article 1
Legislative Branch ,makes laws, coach
Article 2
Executive Branch ,President enforces laws,over 2 million people
Constitution Notecards
Article 1
Article 2
Article 3
Article 4
Legislative Branch ... Makes Laws... House and Senate
Executive Branch... Courts
Judicial Branch... law and equality
Relationship among the state's... "Full Faith and Credit Clause"
Article 1
Legislative Branch ... Makes Laws... House and Senate
Article 2
Executive Branch... Courts
Constitution notecards
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1774
Georgia
1774
Where did the first Continental Congress meet?
When did the first Continental Congress meet?
What colony did not send a representative to the first Contin…
What year did the second continental congress meet
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Where did the first Continental Congress meet?
1774
When did the first Continental Congress meet?
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Constitution Notecards
Constitution
Federalism
Individual Rights
Republicanism
A written set of rules and principles that a government must…
Sharing of a government's power between state and national go…
Basic liberties and rights of all citizens are protected in t…
People elect their political representatives. Also includes c…
Constitution
A written set of rules and principles that a government must…
Federalism
Sharing of a government's power between state and national go…
Constitution notecards
Where did the First Continental Congre…
When did the First Continental Congres…
What colony did not send a representat…
What year did the Second Continental C…
Philadelphia
1774
Georgia
1774
Where did the First Continental Congre…
Philadelphia
When did the First Continental Congres…
1774
127 terms
Constitution Notecards
What was the first Constitution of the…
What would the Articles of Confederati…
What were the Articles of Confederatio…
Where did the Constitution Convection…
The Articles of Confederation
Tax
A Leader (President)
In Philadelphia in the Independence Hall
What was the first Constitution of the…
The Articles of Confederation
What would the Articles of Confederati…
Tax
Constitution Notecards
The purpose of the Preamble?
Legislative Branch's purpose; What art…
Executive Branch's purpose; What artic…
Judicial Branch's purpose; What articl…
It would explain the purpose of the new government.
To make laws; Article I
To carry laws into action; Article II
To decide if laws are constitutional; Article III
The purpose of the Preamble?
It would explain the purpose of the new government.
Legislative Branch's purpose; What art…
To make laws; Article I
Constitution Notecards
Article 1
Article 2
Article 3
Article 4
-Legislative Branch ... -Makes laws... -House and Senate
-Executive Branch... -Executes laws... -President & cabinet
-Judicial Branch... -Interprets laws... -Supreme court
-State Relations... -Defines relationships between states... -State…
Article 1
-Legislative Branch ... -Makes laws... -House and Senate
Article 2
-Executive Branch... -Executes laws... -President & cabinet
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Constitution Notecards
Article I
Article II
Article III
Article IV
Legislative Branch ... creates laws... House and senate
Executive Branch ... created the president's, enforces laws... police
Judicial Branch ... interpret the laws... Supreme court
Relationship among the states... made states respect other state…
Article I
Legislative Branch ... creates laws... House and senate
Article II
Executive Branch ... created the president's, enforces laws... police
32 terms
Constitution Notecards
The bill of rights
Concurrent powers
1st amendment
2nd amendment
First ten ammendments
Powers that both National, and state share
Freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition
Right to bear arms (have a gun)
The bill of rights
First ten ammendments
Concurrent powers
Powers that both National, and state share
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Constitution Notecards
Checks and Balances
Reserved Powers
Supermacy clause
Ratify
Keeps one branch of government from becoming too powerful
•State Government... -Schools, Marriage/Divorce, Elections,Traf…
The clause in Article VI of the constitution that makes feder…
Sign of give formal consent to (a treaty, contract, or agreem…
Checks and Balances
Keeps one branch of government from becoming too powerful
Reserved Powers
•State Government... -Schools, Marriage/Divorce, Elections,Traf…
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Constitution notecards
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1774
Georgia
1774
Where did the 1st continental congress meet?
When did 1st continental congress meet
What colony did not send a representative to first continenta…
When did 2nd continental congress meet
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Where did the 1st continental congress meet?
1774
When did 1st continental congress meet
Constitution Notecards
Constitution
Principal
Preamble
Constitution Convention Compromises
A written set of rules and principles that a government must…
A fundamental, or primary, truths or beliefs that other truth…
Introductory paragraph states the purpose/reasons/goals for t…
.Great compromise... .3/5 compromise... .Slave trade Compromise... .co…
Constitution
A written set of rules and principles that a government must…
Principal
A fundamental, or primary, truths or beliefs that other truth…
Constitution Notecards
Article 1
Article 2
Article 3
Article 4
Legislative Branch... Makes laws... Senate and House of Representat…
Executive Branch... Enforces laws... President
Judicial Branch... interprets laws ... Supreme Court
States... helped states cooperate... Full Faith and Credit Clause
Article 1
Legislative Branch... Makes laws... Senate and House of Representat…
Article 2
Executive Branch... Enforces laws... President
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Constitution notecards
Eminent domain
Checks and balances
Bail
Census
It gives the government the right to take your property to us…
Is a system that keeps the government from getting to powerfu…
An amount of money given to assure that a person is released…
An official count of the worlds population. It happens every…
Eminent domain
It gives the government the right to take your property to us…
Checks and balances
Is a system that keeps the government from getting to powerfu…
Constitution Notecards
Preamble
Executive
Legislative
Judical
What lists the six goals of the Constitution and states that…
Which branch enforces the laws?
Which branch passes he laws?
Which branch interprets the laws (rules on legality)? Is the…
Preamble
What lists the six goals of the Constitution and states that…
Executive
Which branch enforces the laws?
The Constitution Notecards
2/3 Super Majority
Chief Justice of The United States
Census
Speaker of The House
A requirement for a proposal to gain majority of support.
The head of the United States Federal Court System.
A poll that counts the population of the United States.
They control debates, and make the Legislative Agenda.
2/3 Super Majority
A requirement for a proposal to gain majority of support.
Chief Justice of The United States
The head of the United States Federal Court System.
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Constitution Notecards
Where did the first continental congre…
When did the first continental congres…
What colony was not represented in the…
What year did the second continental c…
Philadelphia, PA carpenter's
1774
Georgia
1774
Where did the first continental congre…
Philadelphia, PA carpenter's
When did the first continental congres…
1774
Constitution Notecards
What English document protected civil…
What established the concept of habeas…
What established the earliest form of…
What political ideas did the colonists…
Magna Carta
English Bill of Right's in 1689
Mayflower Compact
Common Law, Bill of Right's (Civil Right's), Bicameral Legisl…
What English document protected civil…
Magna Carta
What established the concept of habeas…
English Bill of Right's in 1689
25 terms
Constitution Notecards
How many Amendments are there?
How many Articles are there?
How many members of the House of Repre…
How many members of the Senate are the…
27
7
435
100
How many Amendments are there?
27
How many Articles are there?
7
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Constitution Notecards
Where did the First Continental Congre…
When did the First Contintental Congre…
What colony did not send a representat…
What year did the Second Continental C…
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1774
Georgia
1774
Where did the First Continental Congre…
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
When did the First Contintental Congre…
1774
Constitution Notecards
What English document protected civil…
What established the concept of habeas…
What established the earliest form of…
What political ideas did the colonists…
Magna Carta
English Bill of Right's in 1689
Mayflower Compact
Common Law, Bill of Right's (Civil Right's), Bicameral Legisl…
What English document protected civil…
Magna Carta
What established the concept of habeas…
English Bill of Right's in 1689
Constitution notecards
Where did the First Continental Congre…
When did the First Continental Congres…
What colony did not send a Representat…
What year did the Second Continental C…
Philadelphia
1774
Georgia
1774
Where did the First Continental Congre…
Philadelphia
When did the First Continental Congres…
1774
Constitution Notecards
What was the first constitution of the…
How many states had to vote yes for a…
How many states had to agree for an am…
What was the main problem with the Art…
the Articles of Confederation
9 of 13
All 13
the national government had no real authority to enforce the…
What was the first constitution of the…
the Articles of Confederation
How many states had to vote yes for a…
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Constitution Notecards
What is the first goal of the Preamble
what is the second goal of the preamble
What is the third goal of the preamble
What is the fourth goal of the preamble
1. establish justice
2.insure domesitic tranquility
3. provide for the common defense
4.promote the general welfare
What is the first goal of the Preamble
1. establish justice
what is the second goal of the preamble
2.insure domesitic tranquility
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Constitution notecards
What is the supreme law of the land?
What is federalism?
Name 3 state powers
Name 3 US government (federal) powers
The Constitution of the United States of America.
The sharing of powers between the national government and the…
They can set up courts under the Illinois Supreme Court, they…
They can issue passports, they can set up courts under the U.…
What is the supreme law of the land?
The Constitution of the United States of America.
What is federalism?
The sharing of powers between the national government and the…
26 terms
Constitution Notecards
What is the main job of the executive…
Who are the members of the executive b…
What are the two main jobs of the Cabi…
Describe the order of succession of th…
To enforce the laws
President, Vice President, Cabinet
Advise the President... Manage the various departments
President... Vice President... Speaker of the House... President Pro T…
What is the main job of the executive…
To enforce the laws
Who are the members of the executive b…
President, Vice President, Cabinet
Constitution Notecards
What was the first constitution of the…
What could the government in the Artic…
What were the Articles of Confederatio…
What rebellion showed the weaknesses o…
The Articles of Confederation
Tax
An executive leader
Shay's Rebellion
What was the first constitution of the…
The Articles of Confederation
What could the government in the Artic…
Tax
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Constitution Notecard
Article 1
Article 2
Article 3
Article 4
legislative branch- gives congress its powers and limits
Executive Branch- creates president and other leaders of the…
Judicial Branch- gives citizens laws and limits but also give…
relationship among the states- "full faith and credit clause"
Article 1
legislative branch- gives congress its powers and limits
Article 2
Executive Branch- creates president and other leaders of the…
Constitution Notecards
How does Washington set many precedents?
Why did the whiskey Rebellion happen?
Who pay under the federal government?
What was the South's Economy based on?
Since he is 1st everyone looks to him ... 2 Terms ... Cabinet members
Congress taxed whiskey ... Farmers in western Pennsylvania rebel…
Hamilton
Cotton becomes King
How does Washington set many precedents?
Since he is 1st everyone looks to him ... 2 Terms ... Cabinet members
Why did the whiskey Rebellion happen?
Congress taxed whiskey ... Farmers in western Pennsylvania rebel…
Constitution Notecards
Federalism
Individual Rights
Republicanism
Popular Sovereignty
Sharing of a government's power between state and national go…
Basic liberties and rights of all citizens are protected in t…
People elect their political representatives. Also includes c…
Government gets its power from the people or consent of the g…
Federalism
Sharing of a government's power between state and national go…
Individual Rights
Basic liberties and rights of all citizens are protected in t…
Constitution Notecards
principle
constitution
slave trade compromise
great compromise
a fundamental, or primary, truth or belief that other truths…
a written set of rules and principles that a government must…
prohibited congress from making any law concerning the import…
decided that there would be 2 houses of congress. a senate (u…
principle
a fundamental, or primary, truth or belief that other truths…
constitution
a written set of rules and principles that a government must…
constitution notecards
constitution
preamble
principle
great compromice
the rules that a government must follow
a formal introduction to a document or statement
a fundamental truth or belief that other beliefs are based on
decided that there would be 2 houses of congress. a senate (u…
constitution
the rules that a government must follow
preamble
a formal introduction to a document or statement
Constitution Notecards
Constitution
Individual rights
Republicanism
Popular Sovereignty
A written set of rules and principles that a government must…
Basic liberties and rights of all citizens are protected in t…
People elect their political representatives. Also includes c…
Government gets it's power from the people or it's consent, o…
Constitution
A written set of rules and principles that a government must…
Individual rights
Basic liberties and rights of all citizens are protected in t…
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Constitution Notecards
Constitution
Principle
Commerce Compromise
3/5 Compromise
A written set of rules and principles that a government must…
A fundamental, or primary, truth or belief that other truths…
Congress could tax imports but not exports.
Decided that for counting representation in Congress each sla…
Constitution
A written set of rules and principles that a government must…
Principle
A fundamental, or primary, truth or belief that other truths…
Constitution Notecards
Federalism
Commerce Compromise
3/5 Compromise
Slave Trade Compromise
Sharing of government's power between state and national gove…
Congress could tax imports, but not exports
Decided that for counting representation in Congress each sla…
Prohibited Congress from making any law concerning the import…
Federalism
Sharing of government's power between state and national gove…
Commerce Compromise
Congress could tax imports, but not exports
Constitution notecards
Democracy
Articles of confederation
Constitutional
Compromise
...
...
...
...
Democracy
...
Articles of confederation
...
Constitution Notecards
How many women have been president of…
Who is the president's official in cha…
How many terms can the president serve?
What do the stars on the U.S. flag rep…
None yet
Secretary of Interior
2 terms of office
The 50 states
How many women have been president of…
None yet
Who is the president's official in cha…
Secretary of Interior
45 terms
Constitution Notecards
What is the supreme law of the land?
What is federalism?
Name 3 state powers.
Name 3 U.S government (federal) powers.
The Constitution
The sharing of powers between the National government and the…
1.) Regulate marriage laws... 2.) Establish and maintain schools…
1.) Issue passports... 2.) Declare war... 3.) Establish post offices
What is the supreme law of the land?
The Constitution
What is federalism?
The sharing of powers between the National government and the…
15 terms
US Constitution Notecards 1-13
Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happ…
Thomas Jefferson
Declaration
July 4, 1776
What are the unalienable rights of the Declaration of Indepen…
Who was the main author of the Declaration of Independence?
Was the Declaration or Constitution written first?
When was the Declaration of Independence signed?
Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happ…
What are the unalienable rights of the Declaration of Indepen…
Thomas Jefferson
Who was the main author of the Declaration of Independence?
44 terms
Federal Constitution Study Notecards
What do the colors on our flag represe…
What was the New Jersey Plan?
What was the Great Compromise?
What is the length of a Supreme Court…
Red - courage, White - truth, Blue - justice
*Single houses of Congress... *Proposal in the Constitutional Co…
*2 Houses of congress... *Delegates of one house decided by stat…
Life
What do the colors on our flag represe…
Red - courage, White - truth, Blue - justice
What was the New Jersey Plan?
*Single houses of Congress... *Proposal in the Constitutional Co…
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