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Constitutional History- social studies- sm.1
Salutary Neglect
Mercantilism
Stamp Act
First Continental Congress
An English policy of not strictly enforcing laws in its colon…
An economic policy under which nations sought to increase the…
An act passed by the British parliament that raised revenue f…
September 1774, delegates from twelve colonies sent represent…
Salutary Neglect
An English policy of not strictly enforcing laws in its colon…
Mercantilism
An economic policy under which nations sought to increase the…
14 terms
Social studies , history, state symbols, constitution capital
Following three cities, listed in orde…
Illinois state slogan
Illinois first governor was
There are ____ counties in illinois
A kaskaskia... B vandalia... C springfield
Land of Lincoln
Shadrach bond
102
Following three cities, listed in orde…
A kaskaskia... B vandalia... C springfield
Illinois state slogan
Land of Lincoln
46 terms
History: The Constitution
Articles of Confederation
Land Ordinance of 1785
Northwest Ordinance of 1787
Shays' Rebellion
the original US constitution written by John Dickinson (PA) t…
under the Articles of Confederation; established a systematic…
under the Articles of Confederation; banned slavery and mad p…
a farmers rebellion led by Daniel Shays because when farmers…
Articles of Confederation
the original US constitution written by John Dickinson (PA) t…
Land Ordinance of 1785
under the Articles of Confederation; established a systematic…
10 terms
History of the Constitution
Establish
Colony
Harbor
Explore
to begin or create something that is meant to last for a long…
A colony is a settlement set up by people far from their home…
a part of the ocean, a lake, etc., that is next to land and t…
to travel over (new territory) for adventure or discovery
Establish
to begin or create something that is meant to last for a long…
Colony
A colony is a settlement set up by people far from their home…
10 terms
Social Studies- The Constitution
Amendment 1
Amendment 2
Amendment 3
Amendment 4
Freedoms of religion, assembly, press, petitions, and speech.…
Right to bear arms. (You have arms that you have the right to…
Lodging troops in private homes. (Three`s a crowd)
Search and Seizure
Amendment 1
Freedoms of religion, assembly, press, petitions, and speech.…
Amendment 2
Right to bear arms. (You have arms that you have the right to…
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8th Grade Social Studies-Constitution
ordain
common defense
Union
posterity
to select for an office/make official
one national army
a group of states or nations united into one political body
future generations
ordain
to select for an office/make official
common defense
one national army
11 terms
History of Constitution
Articles of Confederation
Shay's Rebellion
James Madison
George Washington
made first federal government but was weak
angry farmers rebel; forced need for new government
father of Constitution
leader of Constitutional Convention
Articles of Confederation
made first federal government but was weak
Shay's Rebellion
angry farmers rebel; forced need for new government
10 terms
Constitutional History
Federalist
Anti-Federalist
3/5 Compromise
Great Compromise
-Wanted the nation to be controlled my the federal government…
-Not in favor of a constitution... -strong state power... -necessar…
A compromise during the Constitutional Convention in which on…
A compromise during the Constitutional Convention in which a…
Federalist
-Wanted the nation to be controlled my the federal government…
Anti-Federalist
-Not in favor of a constitution... -strong state power... -necessar…
13 terms
Social Studies - Constitution
citizen
law
Bill Of Rights
Declaration of Independence
a person who is born in or has followed the law to become a m…
a rule that people must follow
First 10 Amendments to the Constitution that gives rights and…
Document that says the 13 Colonies of America were to be free…
citizen
a person who is born in or has followed the law to become a m…
law
a rule that people must follow
10 terms
Constitutional History
Federalist
Anti-Federalist
3/5 Compromise
Great Compromise
-Wanted the nation to be controlled my the federal government…
-Not in favor of a constitution... -strong state power... -necessar…
A compromise during the Constitutional Convention in which on…
A compromise during the Constitutional Convention in which a…
Federalist
-Wanted the nation to be controlled my the federal government…
Anti-Federalist
-Not in favor of a constitution... -strong state power... -necessar…
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Constitutional History
Salutary Neglect
Mercantilism
Stamp Act
First Continental Congress
An English policy of not strictly enforcing laws in its colon…
An economic policy under which nations sought to increase the…
An act passed by the British parliament that raised revenue f…
September 1774, delegates from twelve colonies sent represent…
Salutary Neglect
An English policy of not strictly enforcing laws in its colon…
Mercantilism
An economic policy under which nations sought to increase the…
10 terms
history (Constitution)
popular sovereignty
republicanism
Federalism
separation of powers
idea support government by the people
in this form of government, citizens elect representatives to…
this system assigns some powers to the national government an…
this idea was the basic for dividing the government into thre…
popular sovereignty
idea support government by the people
republicanism
in this form of government, citizens elect representatives to…
34 terms
History Constitution
Amendment 1
Amendment 2
Amendment 3
Amendment 4
Religion and political freedom
Right to bear arms
Quartering troops
Search and seizure
Amendment 1
Religion and political freedom
Amendment 2
Right to bear arms
48 terms
Constitution Review
Where is the capitol of the United Sta…
Where is the White House?
Who lives in the White House?
What do the stars on the flag represent?
Washington, DC
Washington, DC
The president
One for each state in the union
Where is the capitol of the United Sta…
Washington, DC
Where is the White House?
Washington, DC
43 terms
US History Unit 2: The Constitution
Delegate
Federalist
Anti-Federalist
The New Jersey Plan
A person who is authorized to act as a representative for oth…
A supporter of the Constitution that created a federal system.
Someone who opposed the Constitution and feared a supreme cen…
A plan that proposed the States would have equal representati…
Delegate
A person who is authorized to act as a representative for oth…
Federalist
A supporter of the Constitution that created a federal system.
25 terms
history constitution
Articles of Confederation
Constitution
Republic
Land Ordinance of 1785
1st Constitution of the U.S. 1781-1788 (weaknesses-no executi…
A document which spells out the principles by which a governm…
A form of government in which the people select representativ…
A law that divided much of the United States into a system of…
Articles of Confederation
1st Constitution of the U.S. 1781-1788 (weaknesses-no executi…
Constitution
A document which spells out the principles by which a governm…
31 terms
History: Constitution
Legislative Branch
Executive Branch
Judicial Branch
Impeachment
Makes the laws
Enforces the laws
Interprets the laws
Two step process to remove a federal official:... Impeachment by…
Legislative Branch
Makes the laws
Executive Branch
Enforces the laws
8 terms
History of the Constitution
colony
subject
slave
diverse
a territory ruled by another country
one who is under the authority of the government
one who is forced to work without pay and does not have any r…
to be unlike one another - The early colonists were diverse.
colony
a territory ruled by another country
subject
one who is under the authority of the government
53 terms
History: The Constitution
Magna Carta
constitution
Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom
suffrage
made king subject to law
states powers and duties of government
declared no person could be forced to worship one religion
right to vote
Magna Carta
made king subject to law
constitution
states powers and duties of government
10 terms
8th social studies Constitution
checks and balances
federalism
citizen
Constitution
A system that allows each part of a government to change or s…
When the federal government and state governments both have p…
A person who lives in, supports, and gets protection from one…
A special type of law document that tells how its government…
checks and balances
A system that allows each part of a government to change or s…
federalism
When the federal government and state governments both have p…
40 terms
Social Studies Vocabulary: Constitution
Articles of Confederation
Ratification
Levy
Founders [or Farmers]
The first attempt by the U.S. to set up a government separate…
Confirming a law passed by the government.
To give a tax, fee, or fine.
The people who provided ideas or wrote some sort of a legal d…
Articles of Confederation
The first attempt by the U.S. to set up a government separate…
Ratification
Confirming a law passed by the government.
16 terms
Social Studies--Constitution
Constitution
Preamble
Amendment
Legislative Branch
The supreme law of land
''We the People" this means that government is based on the c…
-To make a change in the Constitution... -27 amendments to the C…
Branch that makes the law
Constitution
The supreme law of land
Preamble
''We the People" this means that government is based on the c…
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Constitution History
What was the first state to ratify the…
What was the last state to ratify the…
When did the revolutionary war begin a…
How many of the approximately 50 deleg…
Delaware on Dec. 7, 1787
Rhode Island on May 29, 1790
April 1775 to 1783
8 men
What was the first state to ratify the…
Delaware on Dec. 7, 1787
What was the last state to ratify the…
Rhode Island on May 29, 1790
9 terms
Social studies constitution review
Articles of Confederation
North West Ordinance
Great Compromise
3/5 Compromise
The original constitution of the US, ratified in 1781, which…
The Northwest Ordinance formally An Ordinance for the Governm…
The Connecticut Compromise also known as the Great Compromise…
The Three-Fifths Compromise was a compromise reached between…
Articles of Confederation
The original constitution of the US, ratified in 1781, which…
North West Ordinance
The Northwest Ordinance formally An Ordinance for the Governm…
42 terms
History of Constitution/Legislative Branch
1215 document from England
documents used for Constitution
First representative gov't in colonies
4 weaknesses of Articles
Magna Carta
Colonial charters, English bill of rights, Mayflower Compact
House of Burgesses
no executive, no army, no power to tax, weak union
1215 document from England
Magna Carta
documents used for Constitution
Colonial charters, English bill of rights, Mayflower Compact
17 terms
History of the Constitution
2nd Continental Congress
Thomas Jefferson
Articles of Confederation
Weak
The group that chose the people who wrote the declaration of…
the person who wrote most of the Declaration of Independence
this document, the nations first constitution, was adopted by…
the Articles of Confederation were repealed because they were…
2nd Continental Congress
The group that chose the people who wrote the declaration of…
Thomas Jefferson
the person who wrote most of the Declaration of Independence
10 terms
Social Studys: Constitution
federalism
articles of confederation
bill of rights
checks & balances
Division of power between the federal government and the states
This document, the nation's first constitution, was adopted b…
The first ten amendments of the U.S. Constitution, containing…
A system that allows each branch of government to limit the p…
federalism
Division of power between the federal government and the states
articles of confederation
This document, the nation's first constitution, was adopted b…
25 terms
History constitution
Serves 2 four year terms
35 years old and an American citizen
Can approve or veto laws
Makes treaties with foreign governments
Executive
Executive
Executive
Executive
Serves 2 four year terms
Executive
35 years old and an American citizen
Executive
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Constitution History Terms
3/5 Compromise
Articles of Confederation
Bicameral
Bill
Slaves counted for 3/5 of a person in determining the number…
First written form of government of the U.S.
2 house legislature
Proposed law
3/5 Compromise
Slaves counted for 3/5 of a person in determining the number…
Articles of Confederation
First written form of government of the U.S.
13 terms
Constitution History
Who was the president of the Constitut…
Who did the senate represent?
How many states had to ratify the Cons…
Who is the electoral college made up of?
George Washington
Smaller states
9
The total number of senators and representatives from each st…
Who was the president of the Constitut…
George Washington
Who did the senate represent?
Smaller states
9 terms
AP US History Constitution
Shays' Rebellion (1786-87)
Annapolis Convention (1786)
Great (Connecticut) Compromise
Commerce Compromise
An armed uprising that took place in central and western Mass…
Held to discuss the barriers that limited trade or commerce b…
Provisions:... 1) A state's representation in the House of Repre…
Provisions:... The South agreed to federal control over foreign…
Shays' Rebellion (1786-87)
An armed uprising that took place in central and western Mass…
Annapolis Convention (1786)
Held to discuss the barriers that limited trade or commerce b…
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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
22 terms
history; constitution
3 parts of the constitution
major ideas of the constitutions
how was the constitution seperated
bicameral
Preamble, Articles, Amendments
To improve the structure of the government,to create justice…
checks and balances
2 chambers; Congress has the Senate and the House of Represen…
3 parts of the constitution
Preamble, Articles, Amendments
major ideas of the constitutions
To improve the structure of the government,to create justice…
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Social Studies Constitution
the 2 houses of congress
laws will be made by ............. of…
a rep must be how old
a rep must be how long a u.s citizen
house of the reps and senate
congress
25 yrs old
7 yrs
the 2 houses of congress
house of the reps and senate
laws will be made by ............. of…
congress
24 terms
History Constitution
What is Dictatorship?
Republic
Habeas Corpus
Private Property
A government in which one person or one group holds complete…
A government in which citizens rule themselves through electe…
No person may be held in prison without being charged with a…
Property owned by an individual.
What is Dictatorship?
A government in which one person or one group holds complete…
Republic
A government in which citizens rule themselves through electe…
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Social Studies Constitution Vocabulary
Constitutional Convention
Virginia Plan
New Jersey Plan
Great Compromise
a meeting held in Philadelphia at which delegates from the st…
the plan for government proposed at the Constitutional Conven…
a proposal to create a unicameral legislature with equal repr…
an agreement worked out at the Constitutional Convention esta…
Constitutional Convention
a meeting held in Philadelphia at which delegates from the st…
Virginia Plan
the plan for government proposed at the Constitutional Conven…
14 terms
History- Constitution
US Constitution
Federal System
Enumerated
Elastic Clause
-One of the most revered documents in history... - Hand of God w…
Power is from the people and given to state and federal gover…
"listed"
-necessary and proper clause.... -allowed congress to make laws…
US Constitution
-One of the most revered documents in history... - Hand of God w…
Federal System
Power is from the people and given to state and federal gover…
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history- 8 of 8 Constitution
which was the last state to ratify
did federalists win or antifeds?
why did the federalists win
BILL OF RIGHTS
rhode island
federalists
feds won because they promised basic liberties
The first ten amendments to the Constitution added on Decembe…
which was the last state to ratify
rhode island
did federalists win or antifeds?
federalists
28 terms
Social Studies 7- The Constitution
Articles of Confederation
Virginia Plan
New Jersey Plan
Great Compromise
First governing document of US - created a WEAK central gover…
The proposal at the Constitutional Convention that called for…
Opposite of the Virginia Plan, it proposed a single-chamber c…
1787; This compromise was between the large and small states…
Articles of Confederation
First governing document of US - created a WEAK central gover…
Virginia Plan
The proposal at the Constitutional Convention that called for…
27 terms
History Constitution
Article 1
Legislative Branch
Senate # determined by
House of Representatives # determined by
Legislative Branch Article
Congress-House of Representatives and Senate
2 per state
Population
Article 1
Legislative Branch Article
Legislative Branch
Congress-House of Representatives and Senate
24 terms
History: Constitution
Constitution
Shays rebellion
Republic
John Jay
Written document for a new central government of the US drawn…
Armed rebellion of debt-ridden farmers in western Mass. that…
State of government in which power is held by the people and…
Founding Father of the US that also became the first Chief Ju…
Constitution
Written document for a new central government of the US drawn…
Shays rebellion
Armed rebellion of debt-ridden farmers in western Mass. that…
8 terms
History Constitution
Separation of Powers
Rule of Law
Independent Judiciary
Reserved Powers
Judicial Branch, Executive Branch, Legislative Branch.
All people are subject to the same law no matter who it is.
Judges are independent and can only get fired if they do some…
Powers assigned to the states and people
Separation of Powers
Judicial Branch, Executive Branch, Legislative Branch.
Rule of Law
All people are subject to the same law no matter who it is.
17 terms
History constitution
Legislative Branch
Executive Branch
Judicial Branch
Great Compromise
2 bodies- House of Reps and Senate... Make laws ... Powers - borrow…
Carries out the laws and runs the affairs of the national gov…
Interpret the law... Supreme Court ... 1 Chief Justice and 8 associ…
2 house legislature ... House of reps - seats based on populatio…
Legislative Branch
2 bodies- House of Reps and Senate... Make laws ... Powers - borrow…
Executive Branch
Carries out the laws and runs the affairs of the national gov…
12 terms
History-Constitution
Bicameral
Legislative
Executive
Judicial
•Balance power
•Makes Laws
•Enforces laws
•Interprets Laws
Bicameral
•Balance power
Legislative
•Makes Laws
47 terms
History Constitution
Elastic Clause
Federal
Bicameral Legislature
Great Compromise
The constitutional clause that gives Congress authority to "m…
National
Lawmaking body made up of two houses
Resolved the issue of representation in Congress
Elastic Clause
The constitutional clause that gives Congress authority to "m…
Federal
National
50 terms
history constitution
government
monarchy
dictatorship
law
group of people who control and make decisions for a state or…
form of government in where a country is ruled by a king or q…
a government or country ruled by someone who has power
system of rules that a particular country or community follows.
government
group of people who control and make decisions for a state or…
monarchy
form of government in where a country is ruled by a king or q…
21 terms
History Constitution
Article One is about...
Article Two is about...
Article Three is about...
Two Houses of Congress
Legislative Branch--makes the laws
Executive Branch--enforces the laws
Judicial Branch--interprets the laws
Bicameral
Article One is about...
Legislative Branch--makes the laws
Article Two is about...
Executive Branch--enforces the laws
26 terms
Ch 5 Constitution I/History of
Republic
Ordinance
Confederation
Federalism
A form of government in which citizens choose their represent…
A law or regulation
Constitutional arrangement in which sovereign nations or stat…
A system in which power is divided between the national and s…
Republic
A form of government in which citizens choose their represent…
Ordinance
A law or regulation
40 terms
History constitution
James madison
39
Two main question found in the preamble
Articles
Was the "father" of the consitition
Men signed it in 1787
Why they are writing it? --- just for more perfect union... What…
The major divisions
James madison
Was the "father" of the consitition
39
Men signed it in 1787
31 terms
History - Constitution
Articles of Confederation
Constitutional Convention
Federalists
Anti-Federalists
The nations first constitution. 1777. Established a weak cont…
September 1786, Hamilton called for a convention. Began May 1…
Those who supported the constitution.
Those who opposed the constitution.
Articles of Confederation
The nations first constitution. 1777. Established a weak cont…
Constitutional Convention
September 1786, Hamilton called for a convention. Began May 1…
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