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Chapter 6- The articles of confederation
articles of confederation
articles of confederation specifics
unicameral legislature
strengths of the articles
written during the term of the 2nd continental congress in 1777
1. establishes the united states... 2. unicameral legislature... 3.…
a legislature which has one chamber or house
1. organized the revolutionary war effort - militarily and po…
articles of confederation
written during the term of the 2nd continental congress in 1777
articles of confederation specifics
1. establishes the united states... 2. unicameral legislature... 3.…
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Chapter 6- The articles of confederation
articles of confederation
articles of confederation specifics
unicameral legislature
strengths of the articles
written during the term of the 2nd continental congress in 1777
1. establishes the united states... 2. unicameral legislature... 3.…
a legislature which has one chamber or house
1. organized the revolutionary war effort - militarily and po…
articles of confederation
written during the term of the 2nd continental congress in 1777
articles of confederation specifics
1. establishes the united states... 2. unicameral legislature... 3.…
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Chapter 6: The articles of confederation
articles of confederation
articles of confederation specifics
unicameral legislature
strengths of the articles
written during the term of the 2nd continental congress in 1777
1. establishes the united states... 2. unicameral legislature... 3.…
a legislature which has one chamber or house
1. organized the revolutionary war effort - militarily and po…
articles of confederation
written during the term of the 2nd continental congress in 1777
articles of confederation specifics
1. establishes the united states... 2. unicameral legislature... 3.…
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Chapter 6 Articles of Confederation
Republicanism
Bill of Rights
Webster-Ashburton Treaty
Federalists
Society was dependent on the virtue of citizens and went agai…
The first ten amendments to the Constitution, which guarantee…
resolving several border issues between the United States and…
believed in a strong central government, a strong army, indus…
Republicanism
Society was dependent on the virtue of citizens and went agai…
Bill of Rights
The first ten amendments to the Constitution, which guarantee…
APUSH Chapter 6- Articles of Confederation
What did American political leaders se…
Who did American political leaders see…
States created weak ____________ and a…
Why did Shay's Rebellion break out?
tyranny
unvirtuous citizens
state governors; Articles of Confederation
desperate farmers faced being sent to debtor's rpison
What did American political leaders se…
tyranny
Who did American political leaders see…
unvirtuous citizens
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APUSH Chapter 6-1777-The Articles of Confederation
specifics of the Articles
strengths of the Articles
weaknesses of the Articles
the Articles were not ratified until w…
-establishes the United States... -unicameral legislature... -each…
-gave the Confederation government considerable authority... -it…
-it was a loose confederation... -it lacked the authority to tax…
-disputes over western lands delayed the ratification of the…
specifics of the Articles
-establishes the United States... -unicameral legislature... -each…
strengths of the Articles
-gave the Confederation government considerable authority... -it…
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Chapter 6 articles of confederation/constitution/bill of rights
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Chapter 6 - Lesson 1 Articles of Confederation
What was the Articles of Confederations?
What were weaknesses of the Articles o…
What is our government today?
What is the national government under…
It was created because the colonists declared independence fr…
There were no national currency, no national court system, no…
We have three branches. The judicial branch, decides what law…
Only had one branch of government, the legislative branched.
What was the Articles of Confederations?
It was created because the colonists declared independence fr…
What were weaknesses of the Articles o…
There were no national currency, no national court system, no…
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Articles of Confederation for Unit 6
Articles of Confederation
Unanimous
Confederation
Survey
Unified the 13 states into one nation
When every one agrees
A league of friendship
The accurate measurement of land
Articles of Confederation
Unified the 13 states into one nation
Unanimous
When every one agrees
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The Articles of Confederation: Chapter 3
confederation
compromise
amend
amendment
an agreement of friendship between the states
to meet and work through the problems; everyone "meets in the…
to change a written document
a change to a written document
confederation
an agreement of friendship between the states
compromise
to meet and work through the problems; everyone "meets in the…
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Unit 6 - Articles of Confederation
Articles of Confederation
sovereignty
ratification
Strengths of the Articles of Confedera…
First governing document of US - created a WEAK national gove…
Supreme power or authority
Formal approval
won the Revolution; negotiated the Treaty of Paris; passed th…
Articles of Confederation
First governing document of US - created a WEAK national gove…
sovereignty
Supreme power or authority
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Unit 6: Articles of Confederation
Magna Carta
English Bill of Rights
Enlightenment
Social Contract
"Great Charter": Required King to follow the rule of law. Was…
Kept the King or Queen from passing new laws or taxes without…
Time period in Europe where people used reason to explain thi…
The government has a duty to protect the people's rights. Peo…
Magna Carta
"Great Charter": Required King to follow the rule of law. Was…
English Bill of Rights
Kept the King or Queen from passing new laws or taxes without…
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ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION (UNIT 6)
Articles of Confederation
Republic
Natural Rights
Suffrage
Agreement by the 13 colonies in 1777 establishing a confedera…
Form of government in which the people or their elected repre…
A theory that individuals have basic rights given to them by…
Right to vote
Articles of Confederation
Agreement by the 13 colonies in 1777 establishing a confedera…
Republic
Form of government in which the people or their elected repre…
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Chapter 9: Articles of Confederation
amendment
Articles of Confederation
confederation
Constitutional Convention
a change to a constitution (e.g., Articles of Confederation,…
the first constitution of the United States
a system of government where power is located with the indepe…
a meeting in Philadelphia in 1787 where delegates decided to…
amendment
a change to a constitution (e.g., Articles of Confederation,…
Articles of Confederation
the first constitution of the United States
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Chapter 7 (Articles of Confederation)
bicameral legislature
amendment
federal system
republic
2-house legislature
improvement of a law
division of power between the national and state government
government where citizens rule through elected representatives
bicameral legislature
2-house legislature
amendment
improvement of a law
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Chapter 5 Articles of Confederation
Magna Carta
English Bill of Rights
Mayflower Compact
Enlightenment
document signed by King John in 1215. Makes the king subject…
declared the people have a voice in the government (through P…
first governing document of the Plymouth pilgrims.
a movement that focused on looking at old traditions and ideas
Magna Carta
document signed by King John in 1215. Makes the king subject…
English Bill of Rights
declared the people have a voice in the government (through P…
Chapter 7: The Articles of Confederation
Constitution
Bicameral
Republic
Abandoned
Plan of government
Two-house legislatures
A government in which citizens rule through elected represent…
Gave up
Constitution
Plan of government
Bicameral
Two-house legislatures
Chapter 3 Articles of Confederation
Article 1
Article 2
Article 3
Article 4
Legislative Branch... Creates the Laws... House and Senate
Executive Branch... Enforces the laws... The president
Judicial Branch... Final decision makers, can create more courts…
Relationship among the States... "Full Faith and Credit Clause"…
Article 1
Legislative Branch... Creates the Laws... House and Senate
Article 2
Executive Branch... Enforces the laws... The president
chapter 9 The articles of confederation
congress can make laws....
articles only provided for a legislati…
congress could not levy taxes....
each state only had one vote
... but cant force states to obey them.
so people were not represented equally
so it couldn't pay the countrys bills
so there was no court system to decide disputes
congress can make laws....
... but cant force states to obey them.
articles only provided for a legislati…
so people were not represented equally
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Chapter 7. The articles of confederation
Constitution
Bicameral
Republic
Articles of confederation
A plan of government
Legislatures to divide the power even further
A government in which citizens rule through elected represent…
After much debate Congress adopted the committees plan in Nov…
Constitution
A plan of government
Bicameral
Legislatures to divide the power even further
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Topic # 6 Articles of Confederation
I. The Articles of Confederation
II. Weaknesses of the Articles
A. The Congress of the Articles of Con…
B. Domestic Debt Skyrocketed
A. The first government of the newly independent American col…
...
1. Congress was virtually helpless to cope with problems of d…
1. Postwar debt → rose from $11 million to $28 million. ... 2. L…
I. The Articles of Confederation
A. The first government of the newly independent American col…
II. Weaknesses of the Articles
...
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Chapter 7 - Articles of Confederation
Articles of Confederation
League of Friendship
Strength
Strength
America's first Constitution
Nickname for the Articles of Confederation
Conducting Foreign Affairs was a ____________ of the AOC
Coining Money was a _______________ of the AOC
Articles of Confederation
America's first Constitution
League of Friendship
Nickname for the Articles of Confederation
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Articles of Confederation (Vocab #6)
Confederation
Articles of Confederation
unicameral
bicameral
group of individuals or states who band together for a common…
first government of the United States
one house legislature
two house legislature
Confederation
group of individuals or states who band together for a common…
Articles of Confederation
first government of the United States
6 weaknesses of The Articles of Confederation
What were they?
Explain this weakness: ... National gover…
Explain this weakness:... Congress could…
Explain this weakness: congress has no…
•Plan of government for the new nation. •Approved in 1781.•"a…
Couldn't pay back debts or pay the soldiers who fought for th…
No consequences to those who disobeyed the law.
Where would money come from?
What were they?
•Plan of government for the new nation. •Approved in 1781.•"a…
Explain this weakness: ... National gover…
Couldn't pay back debts or pay the soldiers who fought for th…
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Chapter 3: The Articles of Confederation
Articles of Confederation
Weaknesses of the Articles of Confeder…
Delaware
Popular Sovereignity
1st national plan of government
power to regulate interstate commerce, couldn't tax and power…
first state to accept the Articles of Confederation
the idea that the gov. is created by subject to the will of t…
Articles of Confederation
1st national plan of government
Weaknesses of the Articles of Confeder…
power to regulate interstate commerce, couldn't tax and power…
Chapter #6- Post Revolution, Articles of Confederation, and Constitution
Main focus of the new government
Government Interest
Republic=
Elites fear
Individual state constitutions (not national!)
Not in a powerful national government!... =goal was to create va…
Representative democracy, not direct democracy.
Most elites didn't want direct democracy because they thought…
Main focus of the new government
Individual state constitutions (not national!)
Government Interest
Not in a powerful national government!... =goal was to create va…
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The Articles of Confederation - Chapter 5
Constitution
suffrage
Articles of Confederation
ratification
laws that state the powers of the government
right to vote
Congress would become a single branch of the national governm…
official approval
Constitution
laws that state the powers of the government
suffrage
right to vote
Chapter 5 Articles of Confederation to the Constitution
Shay's Rebellion
The Great Compromise
The Three-Fifths Compromise
Checks and Balances
uprising in Massachusetts in which farmers were upset with th…
Led by Roger Sherman, an agreement was reached between large…
Resolved the issue of how enslaved people were to be counted…
System designed to ensure that no one branch of government be…
Shay's Rebellion
uprising in Massachusetts in which farmers were upset with th…
The Great Compromise
Led by Roger Sherman, an agreement was reached between large…
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Chapter 8 section 1 The Articles of Confederation
The Magna Carta
The English Bill of Rights
The Enlightenment
John Locke
the Great Charter approved by King John of England in 1215; i…
a bill passed in 1689 that established rights in England and…
The European political philosophers whose writings influenced…
English philosopher who advocated the idea of a "social contr…
The Magna Carta
the Great Charter approved by King John of England in 1215; i…
The English Bill of Rights
a bill passed in 1689 that established rights in England and…
Articles of confederation (6 WEAKNESSES OF...)
What were they
Congress had no power to tax
Changing a law required the unanimous…
National government could not support…
* plan of government for the new nation... *aproved in 1781... * "…
Where would money come from?
Impossible for all to agree
Couldnt pay back debt or pay the soldiers who faught for the…
What were they
* plan of government for the new nation... *aproved in 1781... * "…
Congress had no power to tax
Where would money come from?
Articles of Confederation and 6 Principles
Popular Sovereignty
Limited Government
Separation of Powers (Montesque)
Checks and Balances
All power rests in the hands of the people.
Gov. can only do things that the people give it the authority…
To prevent any one branch from having too much power.... Leg.=…
To prevent each other from having too much power.
Popular Sovereignty
All power rests in the hands of the people.
Limited Government
Gov. can only do things that the people give it the authority…
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Chapter 14:Articles of Confederation
Articles of Confederation
Cabinet
Checks and Balances
Compromise
The document that set up the first government of the United S…
A group of advisors to the president,including the heads of i…
The system under which each branch of government limits or ch…
An agreement in which each side gives up something that they…
Articles of Confederation
The document that set up the first government of the United S…
Cabinet
A group of advisors to the president,including the heads of i…
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chapter 7 Articles of Confederation
Magna Carta & English Bill of Rights
Magna Carta
English Bill of Rights
bill of rights
two documents that limited the power of England's kings and q…
document signed by King John in 1215 that made the king subje…
document passed in 1689 that declared the supremacy of Parlia…
a list of the freedoms the government has to protect
Magna Carta & English Bill of Rights
two documents that limited the power of England's kings and q…
Magna Carta
document signed by King John in 1215 that made the king subje…
12 terms
Chapter 7 Articles of Confederation
The first national government of the U…
Three weaknesses of the Articles of Co…
Had a bad relationship with their past…
-Congress could not impose taxes.... -Con…
Articles of Confederation
political weaknesses, economic weaknesses, and foreign policy…
Political weaknesses
Economic weaknesses
The first national government of the U…
Articles of Confederation
Three weaknesses of the Articles of Co…
political weaknesses, economic weaknesses, and foreign policy…
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Articles of Confederation & Constitution (Chapter 4 Book)
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…
10 terms
Chapter 5 Articles of Confederation
Magna Carta
English Bill of Rights
Constitution
Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom
A charter of liberties agreed to by King John of England, it…
Declared the supremacy of Parliament.
A set of basic principles that determines the powers and duti…
A document that gave people in Virginia freedom of worship an…
Magna Carta
A charter of liberties agreed to by King John of England, it…
English Bill of Rights
Declared the supremacy of Parliament.
Chapter 5 Articles of Confederation
Magna Carta
English Bill of Rights
Constitution
Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom
A charter of liberties agreed to by King John of England, it…
Declared the supremacy of Parliament.
A set of basic principles that determines the powers and duti…
A document that gave people in Virginia freedom of worship an…
Magna Carta
A charter of liberties agreed to by King John of England, it…
English Bill of Rights
Declared the supremacy of Parliament.
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Chapter 5 Articles of Confederation
*Why did Napoleon decide to sell Louis…
*What difficulties did Lewis and Clark…
*Why was Washington a bad choice for t…
*What are the 3 parts of Hamilton's pl…
The French army suffered from Yellow Fever, they had trouble…
Conflict with natives, rough terrain/weather, fear of animals…
Hot and humid in the summer, cold in the winter, low and swam…
National bank, public credit, manufactures
*Why did Napoleon decide to sell Louis…
The French army suffered from Yellow Fever, they had trouble…
*What difficulties did Lewis and Clark…
Conflict with natives, rough terrain/weather, fear of animals…
Chapter 5- Articles of Confederation
Framers of the constitution
wealth of nations(adam smith)
republic
rule of law
authors and designers of the us constitution
argued that order and progress were the natural result of ind…
government where citizens rule through elected representatives
legal principle that law should govern a nation, as opposed t…
Framers of the constitution
authors and designers of the us constitution
wealth of nations(adam smith)
argued that order and progress were the natural result of ind…
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Articles of Confederation/Chapter 5
Magna Carta
Constitution
Virginia Statute for religious Freedom
Suffrage
required English royalty to obey the same laws as the English…
a set of basic principles and laws.
No person could be forced to attend church or pay taxes to a…
The right to vote.
Magna Carta
required English royalty to obey the same laws as the English…
Constitution
a set of basic principles and laws.
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Chapter 8 Articles of confederation
Article of confederation
Shays rebellion
Republic
Ratification
First constitution of the United states
Uprising of up set farmers in Mass. Which. Made people realiz…
Country in which the people chose representatives to govern t…
Aproval
Article of confederation
First constitution of the United states
Shays rebellion
Uprising of up set farmers in Mass. Which. Made people realiz…
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ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION CHAPTER
economics
constitution
delegates
government
the way a society fills its wants that products it produces a…
A document which spells out the principles by which a governm…
A person who is chosen or elected to represent a person or gr…
(government) the system or form by which a community or other…
economics
the way a society fills its wants that products it produces a…
constitution
A document which spells out the principles by which a governm…
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The Articles of Confederation Chapter 2.3
Ratify
Furious
Discontent
Unicameral
To approve
Angry
Unhappiness
A single chamber legislature
Ratify
To approve
Furious
Angry
History Chapter 7 The Articles of Confederation
constitution
bicameral legislatures
Bicameral
Second Continental Congress adopted
formal plans of government
most colonies established these like Parliament
two houses
Articles of Confederation
constitution
formal plans of government
bicameral legislatures
most colonies established these like Parliament
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Chapter 3.1 "The Articles of Confederation"
Robert Morris
John Jay
popular sovereignty
bicameral
Wealthy Merchant who spent large amounts of money that he con…
the American secretary of foreign affairs, noted that America…
government by consent of the governed—and equal justice under…
A legislature consisting of two parts, or houses
Robert Morris
Wealthy Merchant who spent large amounts of money that he con…
John Jay
the American secretary of foreign affairs, noted that America…
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Articles of confederation chapter 3
Articles of Confederation
Sovereignty
Land ordinance of 1785
Northwest ordinance
Established a very weak central government. Under the article…
...
Set up a method for surveying the Western lands arranged the…
Passed by Congress two years later. Provided the basis for go…
Articles of Confederation
Established a very weak central government. Under the article…
Sovereignty
...
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Chapter 8 Articles of Confederation
Describe the Articles of Confederation
What did the Land Ordinance of 1785 do?
What was the Northwest Ordinance?
What was one major problem of the Arti…
League of friendship
They set up a system for diving and settling western lands
It became a state and banned slavery
Couldn't raise taxes
Describe the Articles of Confederation
League of friendship
What did the Land Ordinance of 1785 do?
They set up a system for diving and settling western lands
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Chapter 3 - Articles of Confederation
What powers did Congress have under th…
Why did the A of C fail?
What was the significance of the Quock…
What was the Northwest Ordinance of 17…
Congress had the authority to conduct foreign affairs, mainta…
- Ant attempt to changes the the A of C required a unanimous…
It challenged the legality of slavery in Massachusetts.
It created a single Northwest Territory out of the lands nort…
What powers did Congress have under th…
Congress had the authority to conduct foreign affairs, mainta…
Why did the A of C fail?
- Ant attempt to changes the the A of C required a unanimous…
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Chapter 7--Articles of Confederation and the Constitution
Articles of Confederation
Constitution
executive branch
legislative branch
1st Constitution of the U.S. from 1781-1788
a set of basic principles that determines the powers and duti…
art of the government athat carries out the laws
part of the government that makes laws
Articles of Confederation
1st Constitution of the U.S. from 1781-1788
Constitution
a set of basic principles that determines the powers and duti…
12 terms
Chapter 5.1: The Articles of Confederation
The Magna Carta
The English Bill of Rights
constitution
The Articles of Confederation
A document signed in 1215 by King John of England, that made…
Passed in 1689 and declared the supremacy of Parliament over…
A set of basic principles and laws that states the powers and…
America's first constitution which provided for a new central…
The Magna Carta
A document signed in 1215 by King John of England, that made…
The English Bill of Rights
Passed in 1689 and declared the supremacy of Parliament over…
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