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United States History : The Bill of Rights
First Amendment
Second Amendment
Third Amendment
Fourth Amendment
Freedom of religion, speech, assembly, the press.... Right to pe…
Right to bear arms
Citizens do not have to house soldiers
No illegal search & seizure a warrant is needed
First Amendment
Freedom of religion, speech, assembly, the press.... Right to pe…
Second Amendment
Right to bear arms
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States' Rights
Articles of Confederation
10th Amendment
implied powers
Democrats
Adopted in 1777 during the Revolutionary War, the Articles es…
Asserts that powers not delegated to the national government…
Powers not specifically listed in the constitution but claime…
Tracing its origins to the Democratic-Republicans of Madison/…
Articles of Confederation
Adopted in 1777 during the Revolutionary War, the Articles es…
10th Amendment
Asserts that powers not delegated to the national government…
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History - Rights and Protest: United States
What does NAACP stand for?
Who originally lead the NAACP?
What year was the NAACP founded in?
What state was the NAACP founded in?
National Association for the Advancement of Coloured People
W.E.B DuBois and Booker T. Washington.
1909
New York
What does NAACP stand for?
National Association for the Advancement of Coloured People
Who originally lead the NAACP?
W.E.B DuBois and Booker T. Washington.
38 terms
United States History Honors- Bill Of Rights & Constitution
Amendment I
Amendment II
Amendment III
Amendment IV
Religious and political freedom. Gives citizens the right to…
Gives citizens the right to bear arms (i.e. own a firearm or…
Quartering of troops. Gives citizens the right to refuse to q…
Unreasonable searches are forbidden. Gives citizens security…
Amendment I
Religious and political freedom. Gives citizens the right to…
Amendment II
Gives citizens the right to bear arms (i.e. own a firearm or…
United States history B civil rights review
Emancipation proclamation
13th amendment
14th amendment
15th amendment
A time in 1863 when president Abraham Lincoln it changed the…
An amendment that formally abolished slavery in the United St…
An amendment that granted citizenship to all persons born or…
Through the use of poll taxes, literacy tests and other means…
Emancipation proclamation
A time in 1863 when president Abraham Lincoln it changed the…
13th amendment
An amendment that formally abolished slavery in the United St…
States Rights
Tariff of Abominations
John C Calhoun
The South Carolina Exposition
Hayne- Webster debate
1828 - Also called Tariff of 1828, it raised the tariff on im…
-South Carolina Senator - advocate for state's rights, limite…
The document protesting the Tariff of 1821 written by Calhoun…
Robert Hayne - "Liberty first, Union afterward"... Daniel Webste…
Tariff of Abominations
1828 - Also called Tariff of 1828, it raised the tariff on im…
John C Calhoun
-South Carolina Senator - advocate for state's rights, limite…
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US History: Slavery, States' Rights, and Western Expansion
Wilmot Proviso
Abolitionists
Free-Soil Party
Popular Sovereignty
a law proposed by David Wilmot in which he said, "neither sla…
northerners who wanted to end slavery and thought it was wrong.
factions united in support of the Wilmot Proviso.
a policy stating that voters should decide whether or not to…
Wilmot Proviso
a law proposed by David Wilmot in which he said, "neither sla…
Abolitionists
northerners who wanted to end slavery and thought it was wrong.
States rights
States rights
Sectionalism
Republican Party
Secession
The belief that a states interests should take precedence ove…
The belief that by the people in a given region or area that…
A political party formed in 1854 to oppose slavery.
The act of pulling out of the union.
States rights
The belief that a states interests should take precedence ove…
Sectionalism
The belief that by the people in a given region or area that…
United States African American/Civil Rights History
1775 ______ Anti Slavery Society
What did the 1775 ______ Anti Slavery…
What happened when African Americans w…
What did Fredrick Douglass do?
Quaker
They were the first group to stand up against slavery
3/5th Compromise
He was a runaway slave and wrote an autobiography
1775 ______ Anti Slavery Society
Quaker
What did the 1775 ______ Anti Slavery…
They were the first group to stand up against slavery
United States History Honors- Bill Of Rights & Constitution
Amendment I
Amendment II
Amendment III
Amendment IV
Religious and political freedom. Gives citizens the right to…
Gives citizens the right to bear arms (i.e. own a firearm or…
Quartering of troops. Gives citizens the right to refuse to q…
Unreasonable searches are forbidden. Gives citizens security…
Amendment I
Religious and political freedom. Gives citizens the right to…
Amendment II
Gives citizens the right to bear arms (i.e. own a firearm or…
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History Alive! The United States Through Industrialism: Bill of Rights
Amendment I
Amendment II
Amendment III
Amendment IV
Freedom of speech, religion, the press, and the right to asse…
Your right to Keep and Bear Arms
Quartering of Soldiers
Search and Seizure Restrictions
Amendment I
Freedom of speech, religion, the press, and the right to asse…
Amendment II
Your right to Keep and Bear Arms
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states rights
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States' Rights
What is a tariff?
Why did southerners prefer to by Europ…
What did Andrew Jackson order South Ca…
What law did South Carolina pass?
A 40% tax on goods
Because they were often cheaper
to change the law
They passed the Ordinana of Nullification
What is a tariff?
A 40% tax on goods
Why did southerners prefer to by Europ…
Because they were often cheaper
States rights
Missouri compromise
States rights
Compromise of 1850
Abolitionists
The 1820 agreement that congress that Missouri would enter th…
States could block or overrule the actions of the fed gov
Legislation passed by congress by which california was admitt…
One who wanted to free the slaves
Missouri compromise
The 1820 agreement that congress that Missouri would enter th…
States rights
States could block or overrule the actions of the fed gov
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States Rights
After an amendment is proposed, it mus…
Under the Constitution, states are pre…
Examples of concurrent powers are...
Examples of interstate relations as re…
ratified by the states. (Federalism)
1) making treaties with foreign governments... 2) coining money…
1) taxing citizens... 2) establishing courts... 3) protecting civil…
1) full faith and credit... 2) interstate extradition
After an amendment is proposed, it mus…
ratified by the states. (Federalism)
Under the Constitution, states are pre…
1) making treaties with foreign governments... 2) coining money…
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History Alive! The United States Through Industrialism: Bill of Rights
Amendment I
Amendment II
Amendment III
Amendment IV
Freedom of speech, religion, the press, and the right to asse…
Your right to Keep and Bear Arms
Quartering of Soldiers
Search and Seizure Restrictions
Amendment I
Freedom of speech, religion, the press, and the right to asse…
Amendment II
Your right to Keep and Bear Arms
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Slavery or States Rights
Fugitive Slave Act
Underground Railroad
Harriet Tubman
Compromise of 1850
Empowered slave owners to legally claim a slave that had esca…
Loose, illegal network spiriting runaway slaves to freedom. T…
Escaped slave in 1848, returned to Maryland and Virginia at l…
1. California became a free state... 2. Texas boundary was set a…
Fugitive Slave Act
Empowered slave owners to legally claim a slave that had esca…
Underground Railroad
Loose, illegal network spiriting runaway slaves to freedom. T…
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States' Rights
After an amendment is proposed it bust…
What states are precluded from making...
Concurrent Powers
Full Faith and Credit and Interstate E…
ratified by the states (Federalism)
treaties with foreign governments, coining money, and maintai…
Powers shared with the National (federal) government, such as…
interstate relations
After an amendment is proposed it bust…
ratified by the states (Federalism)
What states are precluded from making...
treaties with foreign governments, coining money, and maintai…
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United States History Quiz #11: Civil Rights Movement to Present Day
Civil Rights Movement
Brown v. Board of Education
Martin Luther King Jr.
NAACP
a social movement in the United States during the 1950s and 1…
1954 - The Supreme Court overruled Plessy v. Ferguson, declar…
U.S. Baptist minister and civil rights leader. A noted orator…
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, f…
Civil Rights Movement
a social movement in the United States during the 1950s and 1…
Brown v. Board of Education
1954 - The Supreme Court overruled Plessy v. Ferguson, declar…
United States Bill of Rights
1st Amendment
2nd Amendment
3rd Amendment
4th Amendment
Religion, assembly, press, petition, speech
Right to bear arms
No quartering (housing) of troops
No unreasonable searches and seizures
1st Amendment
Religion, assembly, press, petition, speech
2nd Amendment
Right to bear arms
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states rights
S106 S107 S108 S121
The constitution of each state of the…
Every power of the states shall contin…
Every law in force in the states shall…
states rights
S106
S107
S108
S106 S107 S108 S121
states rights
The constitution of each state of the…
S106
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United States Bill of Rights
Constitution
Declaration of Independence
1st Amendment
2nd Amendment
Document that is our written form of government
Document that declared independence from Britain
Freedom of speech
Right to bear arms
Constitution
Document that is our written form of government
Declaration of Independence
Document that declared independence from Britain
11 terms
States Rights
Two period of history where it was adv…
States rights was a codeword for:
Where does states rights come from?
First Main Principle To the State's Ri…
Pre-Civil War (those who opposed the abolitionists) and in th…
Segregation
The 10th Amendment: The Powers not given to the US federal go…
Calls for a strict enforcement of the limits of power.
Two period of history where it was adv…
Pre-Civil War (those who opposed the abolitionists) and in th…
States rights was a codeword for:
Segregation
State rights
States rights position
Nationalist position
State rights position 2
Nationalist position 2
A belief that legitimate power should come from the states. T…
People who are considered to hold a nationalist position beli…
Obama care is bad (ACA)
Obamacare is good (ACA)
States rights position
A belief that legitimate power should come from the states. T…
Nationalist position
People who are considered to hold a nationalist position beli…
United States History Unit 12: Civil Rights and Vietnam
24th Amendment (1964)
Civil Rights Act (1964)
Voting Rights Act (1965)
SCLC
Outlawed poll taxes
Banned segregation in public facilities
Outlawed literacy test, made the 24th amendment to ban poll t…
1957- Southern Christian Leader Conference. Martin Luther Kin…
24th Amendment (1964)
Outlawed poll taxes
Civil Rights Act (1964)
Banned segregation in public facilities
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U.S HISTORY 1: Jackson, States' Rights, & the National Bank
Daniel Webster
John C. Calhoun
Tariff of Abomination
nullification theory
helped form the Whig party
- Jackson's VP... - writes the South Carolina Expansion
- callled by Calhoun ... - raised tariff imported manufactured g…
the state could nullify a federal law
Daniel Webster
helped form the Whig party
John C. Calhoun
- Jackson's VP... - writes the South Carolina Expansion
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History Final C7B: The Age of Jackson and States' Rights
John Quincy Adams
Andrew Jackson
John C. Calhoun
Daniel Webster
James Monroe's Secretary of State; agreed that 49th parallel…
7th president; created "kitchen cabinet" where he removed old…
Andrew Jackson's VP who opposed the Tariff of Abominations th…
argued that govt. should have control over taxes/tariffs
John Quincy Adams
James Monroe's Secretary of State; agreed that 49th parallel…
Andrew Jackson
7th president; created "kitchen cabinet" where he removed old…
Conflicts over States' Rights
John C. Calhoun
Tariff
Sectionalism
Tariff of Abomination
South Carolinian Senator/ Vice President to Andrew Jackson wh…
Tax on imported goods to make people buy domestic goods
loyalty to your own region rather than the country as a whole…
Protective tariff placed on imported goods to grow Northern m…
John C. Calhoun
South Carolinian Senator/ Vice President to Andrew Jackson wh…
Tariff
Tax on imported goods to make people buy domestic goods
History Final C7B: The Age of Jackson and States' Rights
John Quincy Adams
Andrew Jackson
John C. Calhoun
Daniel Webster
James Monroe's Secretary of State; agreed that 49th parallel…
7th president; created "kitchen cabinet" where he removed old…
Andrew Jackson's VP who opposed the Tariff of Abominations th…
argued that govt. should have control over taxes/tariffs
John Quincy Adams
James Monroe's Secretary of State; agreed that 49th parallel…
Andrew Jackson
7th president; created "kitchen cabinet" where he removed old…
17 terms
USI.9b: States' Rights & Sectionalism
Southerners
Northerners
Fort Sumter
Lincoln's election
Most ______________ believed that the states had freely creat…
Lincoln and many ______________ believed that the United Stat…
Confederate forces attacked this federal fort in South Caroli…
As a result of this event, South Carolina and 6 other states…
Southerners
Most ______________ believed that the states had freely creat…
Northerners
Lincoln and many ______________ believed that the United Stat…
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US History Ch. 10.5 States' Rights and the Economy
Who earned strong support from busines…
The second bank of the United States e…
Why was the second bank of the United…
Who were against the bank?
The second bank of the United States
Earned strong support from the business people
The bank loaned money to many businesses, was a safe place fo…
Andrew Jackson and many other Americans
Who earned strong support from busines…
The second bank of the United States
The second bank of the United States e…
Earned strong support from the business people
History Final C7B: The Age of Jackson and States' Rights
John Quincy Adams
Andrew Jackson
John C. Calhoun
Daniel Webster
James Monroe's Secretary of State; agreed that 49th parallel…
7th president; created "kitchen cabinet" where he removed old…
Andrew Jackson's VP who opposed the Tariff of Abominations th…
argued that govt. should have control over taxes/tariffs
John Quincy Adams
James Monroe's Secretary of State; agreed that 49th parallel…
Andrew Jackson
7th president; created "kitchen cabinet" where he removed old…
The United States Bill of Rights
Amendment 1
Amendment 2
Amendment 3
Amendment 4
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of rel…
A well-regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of…
No Soldier shall, in time of peace be quartered in any house,…
The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses…
Amendment 1
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of rel…
Amendment 2
A well-regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of…
8 terms
States' Rights and Slavery
southerners
northerners
Missouri Compromise, 1820
Compromise of 1850
they believed that they had the power ti declare any national…
believed that the national government's power was sure me ove…
Maine entered the union as a free state; Missouri entered the…
California entered the union as a free state. Southwest terri…
southerners
they believed that they had the power ti declare any national…
northerners
believed that the national government's power was sure me ove…
State Rights vs National Rights
Popular sovereignty
Nationalism
Reserved
Delegated
principle that asserts that people are the primary source of…
devotion to the interest of ones own country
power to the state government
power to the national government
Popular sovereignty
principle that asserts that people are the primary source of…
Nationalism
devotion to the interest of ones own country
States' Rights and the National Bank
Daniel Webster
John C. Calhoun
Tariff of Abominations
Bank of the United States
A Massachusetts senator; Leader of the Whig party; An ardent…
Served as vice president under John Quincy Adams and Andrew J…
1828 - Also called Tariff of 1828, it raised the tariff on im…
National bank established by Alexander Hamilton. Purpose was…
Daniel Webster
A Massachusetts senator; Leader of the Whig party; An ardent…
John C. Calhoun
Served as vice president under John Quincy Adams and Andrew J…
State Rights
For the past 200 years the power has b…
A few people such as _________________…
States rights are?
After the Great Depression was a fine…
national supremacy
Presidents Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, and George Bush
laws the states can make for themselves.
closer and closer to breaking their limit of power
For the past 200 years the power has b…
national supremacy
A few people such as _________________…
Presidents Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, and George Bush
States Rights/ Nullification
Tariff of 1828
South Carolina
John Calhoun
Nullification
Law passed by congress that raised taxes on iron, textiles, a…
The farmers of this state thought that they were being forced…
He Thought that that federal import duties were a tax on the…
To reject a federal law at the state level. It was used to sa…
Tariff of 1828
Law passed by congress that raised taxes on iron, textiles, a…
South Carolina
The farmers of this state thought that they were being forced…
23 terms
Bill of Rights and States
First Amendment
Second Amendment
Third Amendment
Fourth Amendment
Freedom of speech, press, assembly and religion. Right to pet…
Right to keep and bear arms
No quartering of troops
No unreasonable search and seizure
First Amendment
Freedom of speech, press, assembly and religion. Right to pet…
Second Amendment
Right to keep and bear arms
6 terms
9 History Ch 10 Sec 1 Slavery, States' Rights, & Western Expansion
Wilmont Proviso
Free-Soil Party
popular sovereignty
secede
Pennsylvania Congressman David Wilmont proposed a law stating…
Several groups that supported the Ailment Proviso united to f…
A policy stating voters in a territory - not congress - shoul…
to break away from
Wilmont Proviso
Pennsylvania Congressman David Wilmont proposed a law stating…
Free-Soil Party
Several groups that supported the Ailment Proviso united to f…
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9 History Ch 10 Sec 1 Slavery, States' Rights, & Western Expansion
Wilmont Proviso
Free-Soil Party
popular sovereignty
secede
Pennsylvania Congressman David Wilmont proposed a law stating…
Several groups that supported the Ailment Proviso united to f…
A policy stating voters in a territory - not congress - shoul…
to break away from
Wilmont Proviso
Pennsylvania Congressman David Wilmont proposed a law stating…
Free-Soil Party
Several groups that supported the Ailment Proviso united to f…
Federal Constitutional Rights & the States
State action
When does constitution apply?
Public function exception
Entanglement exception
Conduct sanctioned by the state or done under state authority…
When the defendant is the government, or one of the exceptions
private entity must comply with the Constitution if it is per…
private conduct must comply with the Constitution if the gove…
State action
Conduct sanctioned by the state or done under state authority…
When does constitution apply?
When the defendant is the government, or one of the exceptions
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9 History Ch 10 Sec 1 Slavery, States' Rights, & Western Expansion
Wilmont Proviso
Free-Soil Party
popular sovereignty
secede
Pennsylvania Congressman David Wilmont proposed a law stating…
Several groups that supported the Ailment Proviso united to f…
A policy stating voters in a territory - not congress - shoul…
to break away from
Wilmont Proviso
Pennsylvania Congressman David Wilmont proposed a law stating…
Free-Soil Party
Several groups that supported the Ailment Proviso united to f…
US History Test Part Two: State vs. Federal Rights
Political Parties
Federalists
Jeffersonian Republicans
Elastic Clause
...
...
...
...
Political Parties
...
Federalists
...
6 terms
9 History Ch 10 Sec 1 Slavery, States' Rights, & Western Expansion
Wilmont Proviso
Free-Soil Party
popular sovereignty
secede
Pennsylvania Congressman David Wilmont proposed a law stating…
Several groups that supported the Ailment Proviso united to f…
A policy stating voters in a territory - not congress - shoul…
to break away from
Wilmont Proviso
Pennsylvania Congressman David Wilmont proposed a law stating…
Free-Soil Party
Several groups that supported the Ailment Proviso united to f…
6 terms
10.5 States' Rights and the Economy
nullification
Martin Van Buren
William Henry Harrison
Nicholas Biddle
A state's refusal to recognize an act of Congress that it con…
8th President (1837-1841) Advocated lower tariffs and free tr…
9th President (1841), was an American military leader, politi…
President of the Second Bank of the United States; he struggl…
nullification
A state's refusal to recognize an act of Congress that it con…
Martin Van Buren
8th President (1837-1841) Advocated lower tariffs and free tr…
States' Rights and Responsibilities
electoral college
jurisdiction
licensing
public safety
Group of electors chosen to make the decision of electing the…
The extent of authority; the range of control
Official/legal authorization for a specific ownership/practice
Creation/maintenance of state fire/police departments, hospit…
electoral college
Group of electors chosen to make the decision of electing the…
jurisdiction
The extent of authority; the range of control
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slavery and states rights
wilmot proviso
compromise of 1850
popular sovergnty
personal liberty laws
rid all slavery (didnt work)
north: gets cali... south: fugitive slave law... both: every new st…
henry clay and stephen douglas
-kidnappers could be arrested... -guaranteed each slave a trial…
wilmot proviso
rid all slavery (didnt work)
compromise of 1850
north: gets cali... south: fugitive slave law... both: every new st…
11 terms
Human Rights History
Magna Carta
Declaration of Independence
French Declaration of Rights of Man
Bill of Rights
The King of England did not have all the power. Citizens had…
USA broke away from England because their rights were not pro…
List of what French people believe their rights to be
First 10 amendments to the US Constitution, protecting the ri…
Magna Carta
The King of England did not have all the power. Citizens had…
Declaration of Independence
USA broke away from England because their rights were not pro…
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