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U.S. History: Articles of the Constitution
Article I (1): The Legislative Branch-…
Article II (2): The Executive Branch-…
Article III (3): The Judicial Branch-…
Article V (5): Amendments
Makes laws, declares war, "coins" money, and regulates inters…
Enforces laws, commander-in-chief, ambassadors, treaties, app…
Interpret or judges laws, determines if laws are constitution…
Additions or changes to the constitution... -approved by 2/3rds…
Article I (1): The Legislative Branch-…
Makes laws, declares war, "coins" money, and regulates inters…
Article II (2): The Executive Branch-…
Enforces laws, commander-in-chief, ambassadors, treaties, app…
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History of Articles and U.S. Constitution
Conferderation congress
Ratification
Powers of the Confederation Congress
Land Ordinance of 1785
-2-7 delegates from each state... -each state had only one vote…
- all 13 states had to agree... - did not happen until 1781... - Ma…
1- regulate weights & measures... 2- create post offices... 3- borr…
-gov't surveyed lands into townships 6 miles x 6 miles... -Towns…
Conferderation congress
-2-7 delegates from each state... -each state had only one vote…
Ratification
- all 13 states had to agree... - did not happen until 1781... - Ma…
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U.S. History: Articles and Constitution
The Virginia Plan
The New Jersey Plan
The Great Compromise
3/5 Compromise
James Madison, Proposal to restructure the gov, favored big s…
William Paterson, favored small states, weak national gov, we…
granted each state an equal voice in upper house, and represe…
counted only 3/5 of the slave population while determining to…
The Virginia Plan
James Madison, Proposal to restructure the gov, favored big s…
The New Jersey Plan
William Paterson, favored small states, weak national gov, we…
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U.S. History Articles of Confederation & Constitution Test
1st Amendment
2nd Amendment
Under the Articles of Confederation wh…
When did the Articles of Confederation…
Freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition.
Right to bear arms.
The States
1781-1787
1st Amendment
Freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition.
2nd Amendment
Right to bear arms.
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U.S. Constitution Article 2
what is the term of office of the Pres…
how many terms may a President serve
how are the President and Vice Preside…
how was the election process for the P…
4 years
two or no more than 10 years
directly by the Electoral College... indirectly by the people
each elector must cast 1 vote for President and... 1 vote for Vi…
what is the term of office of the Pres…
4 years
how many terms may a President serve
two or no more than 10 years
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U.S. Constitution - Article 2
executive branch
who is in charge of the executive bran…
term for president/vice president
who chooses president/vice president ?
carries out laws
the president
4 years
electoral collegw
executive branch
carries out laws
who is in charge of the executive bran…
the president
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U.S. Constitution Article 2 & Article 3
Executive Branch Main Job
Presidents Term
State Electoral Number
President Qualifications
to enforce the law
4 years
number of senators plus number of representatives
35 years of age, must live in the U.S. for 14 years, born in…
Executive Branch Main Job
to enforce the law
Presidents Term
4 years
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U.S. History Articles of Confederation & Constitution Test
1st Amendment
2nd Amendment
3rd Amendment
4th Amendment
Freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition.
Right to bear arms.
Quartering of Troops.
No "unreasonable" searches and seizures.
1st Amendment
Freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition.
2nd Amendment
Right to bear arms.
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US 5- Articles of Confederation and the Constitution of the U.S.
Critical Period: issues with Spain and…
Articles of Confederation
Civic Virtue
Republicanism
Spain closed off the ports with New Orleans stopping the trade
-presented- July 12,1776 debated until November 15,1777 when…
-democracy depended on unselfish commitment of each citizen t…
-leaders in gov't receive the power to make and enforce laws…
Critical Period: issues with Spain and…
Spain closed off the ports with New Orleans stopping the trade
Articles of Confederation
-presented- July 12,1776 debated until November 15,1777 when…
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Constitution's Articles Test- U. S. History
MA Senators
Hingham's Reps
Speaker of the House
President Pro Tempore
Elizabeth Warren and Ed Markey
Stephen Lynch
Paul Ryan
Orrin Hatch
MA Senators
Elizabeth Warren and Ed Markey
Hingham's Reps
Stephen Lynch
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Pt. 2: The Articles of Confederation and the new Constitution U.S. History Test
Confederate Government
Federalists
3 Powers of Government
Shay's Rebellion
Power given to the states. The national government is weak. T…
Liberals. Thought power should come from the center, and want…
Executive.... execute the law, Judicial.... interpret the law…
Rebellion led by Daniel Shays of farmers in western Massachus…
Confederate Government
Power given to the states. The national government is weak. T…
Federalists
Liberals. Thought power should come from the center, and want…
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Chapter 2 (Constitution): Articles of the U.S. Constitution
Preamble
Article I
Article II
Article III
States the purpose of the Consitution... Declares that "we the p…
The Legislative Branch... 1) Provides for a HOR(s), elected by t…
The Executive Branch... 1) Vests executive power in a single pre…
The Judicial Branch... 1) Vests power in the Supreme Court, lett…
Preamble
States the purpose of the Consitution... Declares that "we the p…
Article I
The Legislative Branch... 1) Provides for a HOR(s), elected by t…
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U.S. History- The Constitution: Article 1
Another name fore the House of Represe…
The term of service is _______ years.
Total number of representatives allowed
Leader of the house
The lower house
Two
435
Speaker
Another name fore the House of Represe…
The lower house
The term of service is _______ years.
Two
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U.S. History: 7 Articles of the Constitution
First Article
Second Article
Third Article
Fourth Article
Legislative- Makes laws
Executive- Enforces Laws
Judicial- Interprets Laws
States- regulates the states' powers, and their interaction w…
First Article
Legislative- Makes laws
Second Article
Executive- Enforces Laws
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U.S. History Articles of Confederation to the Constitution
Articles of Confederation
Shays' Rebellion
Constitutional Convention
James Madison
Plan for United States government in which states joined toge…
Farmers in Massachusetts, led by Daniel Shays, rebelled again…
Meeting held in Philadelphia to initially revise the Articles…
Authored the Virginia Plan. Many principles of the Constituti…
Articles of Confederation
Plan for United States government in which states joined toge…
Shays' Rebellion
Farmers in Massachusetts, led by Daniel Shays, rebelled again…
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U.S. History Unit 3: The Articles and Constitution
What was the first frame of government…
What is a confederation?
What is ratification?
Describe the Articles Congress.
Articles of Confederation
A close alliance of states.
Formal approval needed form each state.
It was unicameral and each state had one vote. It had little…
What was the first frame of government…
Articles of Confederation
What is a confederation?
A close alliance of states.
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Article 2 and 3 of the U.S. Constitution
Term of office for President/Vice Pres…
Qualifications for President
Powers of the President
Duties of the President
4 years
35 years of age, a resident within the United States for 14 y…
Make treaties (with 2/3 of Senate agreement); Appoint ambassa…
Give the State of the Union address; may convene both Houses;…
Term of office for President/Vice Pres…
4 years
Qualifications for President
35 years of age, a resident within the United States for 14 y…
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U.S. History Review- U.S. Constitution vs. Articles of Confederation
Federalists
Ratification
Federalist Papers
Foreign Commerce
A term used to describe supporters of the Constitution during…
Method of enacting a constitution or amendment into law
Series of essays, written by Hamilton, Madison, and Jay, to s…
An interchange of goods or commodities between different coun…
Federalists
A term used to describe supporters of the Constitution during…
Ratification
Method of enacting a constitution or amendment into law
US Constitution 2016 U. S. History
separation of powers
judicial
checks and balances
Senate
government divided into three branches
court system was created to settle disputes and legal matters
designed to prevent any single branch from having too much po…
legislative branch body, each state has 2 Senators
separation of powers
government divided into three branches
judicial
court system was created to settle disputes and legal matters
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History terms (U.S. Constitution and Articles of Confederation)
1777
1781
1788
Won the American Revolution, Treaty of…
When were the Articles of Confederation written?
When were the Articles of Confederation ratified?
Till when did the Articles of Confederation last?
Successes of the Articles of Confederation
1777
When were the Articles of Confederation written?
1781
When were the Articles of Confederation ratified?
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U.S. History Articles of Confederation/Constitution
Who was James Madison?
74 Delegates were invited in order to…
What were the 3 most pressuring to res…
The Great Compromise
Father of the Constitution
54
State representation, the hold of congress on trade, and slav…
Senate would have equal representation among states, and hous…
Who was James Madison?
Father of the Constitution
74 Delegates were invited in order to…
54
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U.S History Constitution & Articles of Confederation
Republic
What did state constitutions share?
Republicanism
Articles of Confederation
-elect representatives to speak for the people ... -new form of…
-each state wrote out constitutions to spell out the rights o…
The idea that governments should be based on the consent of t…
A document adopted by the Second Continental Congress in 1777…
Republic
-elect representatives to speak for the people ... -new form of…
What did state constitutions share?
-each state wrote out constitutions to spell out the rights o…
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Lesson 2: Article I of the U.S. Constitution
Congress is divided into two houses. T…
How many Senators are there?
Which of the following are requirement…
How long is the term for a U.S. Senator?
Senate and House and Representatives
100
30 years old and a U.S. citizen for 9 years
6 years
Congress is divided into two houses. T…
Senate and House and Representatives
How many Senators are there?
100
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U.S.History: U.S. Constitution Article 1
term for Representaive
qualifications of a Representative
how are number of Representatives dete…
what is impeachment and role of House…
2 years
* minimum 25 yrs old... * live in state they represent... * been a…
by state population
* a formal accusation of criminal behavior or serious ... misbe…
term for Representaive
2 years
qualifications of a Representative
* minimum 25 yrs old... * live in state they represent... * been a…
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The U.S. Constitution Study Guide - Article 2
What is the main focus of Article 2?
What is executive power?
Who is head of the Executive branch?
How long is the presidential term?
The Executive branch
The power to enforce the laws and otherwise administer the pu…
The President
4 years
What is the main focus of Article 2?
The Executive branch
What is executive power?
The power to enforce the laws and otherwise administer the pu…
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U.S. Constitution Article 2 Key Terms
Impeachment
Executive Branch
Misdemeanor
Treason
The way to remove officials from office when they have failed…
Enforces the laws
A minor wrongdoing
Betrayal or disloyalty to one's country
Impeachment
The way to remove officials from office when they have failed…
Executive Branch
Enforces the laws
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U.S. constitution: articles 2 and 3
Article 2 outlines which branch?
President
Overall the president can....... (#1-5)
With consent of the entire Congress th…
Executive power... (President)
Elected for 4 years at the minimum age of 35 years old with n…
1.commander and chief... 2 grant pardons for offences... 3.make tre…
1.give state of union address... 2.convience or adjourn Congress…
Article 2 outlines which branch?
Executive power... (President)
President
Elected for 4 years at the minimum age of 35 years old with n…
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Article 1- Section 2 U.S. Constitution
Article 1 outlines
section 2 descries what chamber?
length of term in office?
minimum age?
The legislative branch
The house of representatives
2 years
25 years old
Article 1 outlines
The legislative branch
section 2 descries what chamber?
The house of representatives
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U.S. Constitution Article 2- Amendments
How long are the Presidents and Vice P…
Name 3 requirements to be a President.
Does a President receive cost of livin…
What parts of military does the presid…
4 years / elected by a representative
Born a citizen, age 35+, resident for 14 years
No, Congress cannot use it to bargain
Army, Navy, Malitia
How long are the Presidents and Vice P…
4 years / elected by a representative
Name 3 requirements to be a President.
Born a citizen, age 35+, resident for 14 years
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U.S. Constitution Article 2-7
What is the main job of the Executive…
How long is the term of office for Pre…
The President is chosen by the Elector…
What are the three qualifications to b…
To enforce the law
4 years, maximum of 10 years
To win presidency, one must have a minimum of 270 electoral v…
1: 35 years of age... 2: Must live in the U.S. for a minimum of…
What is the main job of the Executive…
To enforce the law
How long is the term of office for Pre…
4 years, maximum of 10 years
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U.S. Constitution of 1878! Only article 2
This is what branch?
This describes the Office of the _____…
_________________ is head of the execu…
How long can u be president?
Executive branch
President
President of the United States
4 year term
This is what branch?
Executive branch
This describes the Office of the _____…
President
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U.S. Constitution Articles 2-7
Article 2
Article 2 Section 1
Article 2 Section 2
Article 2 Section 3
Executive branch
Executive Power, Election, Qualifications of the President.
Powers of the President
Powers and duties of the President
Article 2
Executive branch
Article 2 Section 1
Executive Power, Election, Qualifications of the President.
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U.S. constitution us history honors 1
articles of confederation weaknesses
shay's rebellion
new jersey plan
virgina plan
all states have to agree on it, no national court system, nat…
mostly farmers in debt, led by daniel shay, marched down to m…
presented by william patterson, proposed a one vote per state…
drafted by james madison, the idea to have population based r…
articles of confederation weaknesses
all states have to agree on it, no national court system, nat…
shay's rebellion
mostly farmers in debt, led by daniel shay, marched down to m…
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US HISTORY TEST 2 Articles and Constitution
Article 1
Article 1 cont
Senate
Article 2
Legislative power-Congress... Senate and House of Representative…
Senate 2 from each state (Sec 3)... Serve 6 years every two year…
Bills of revenue to originate in House but the Senate may con…
Deals with the executive branch the President ... 4 year term, e…
Article 1
Legislative power-Congress... Senate and House of Representative…
Article 1 cont
Senate 2 from each state (Sec 3)... Serve 6 years every two year…
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US HISTORY TEST 2 Articles and Constitution
experience
cultural tradition
faith
authority
trial and error
facts passed from generation
strong belief in truthsq
listening to experts
experience
trial and error
cultural tradition
facts passed from generation
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US History Constitution Articles 1 and 2
term of office for a representative
How to determine # of reps to which ea…
qualifications for a representative
president of the house
2 years
1 for every 30,000
25 years old, 7 years citizen, live in state they represent
speaker
term of office for a representative
2 years
How to determine # of reps to which ea…
1 for every 30,000
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Preamble, Article 1, and Article 2 of the U.S. Constitution
preamble
preamble (word for word)
Article 1- the Legislative Branch
Article 1 Section 1 - the Legislature
states the general purposes of the Constitution
We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more p…
its duty is to make the laws
"herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the US" limi…
preamble
states the general purposes of the Constitution
preamble (word for word)
We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more p…
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Sidebar Terms for Preamble, Article 1, and Article 2 of the U.S. Constitution
preamble
popular sovereignty
constitution
separation of powers
a clause at the beginning of a constitution or statute that e…
principle that the people are the source of all governmental…
a society's most fundamental and most important law
the constitutional doctrine of dividing governmental power am…
preamble
a clause at the beginning of a constitution or statute that e…
popular sovereignty
principle that the people are the source of all governmental…
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U.S History Constitution 2
Compensation
Illegal immunity
a proposed law
Tax bills
members of both houses receive a _____ for their services
Members of both houses have ___ for anything they say or writ…
What is a bill?
What type of bill must be introduced in the House?
Compensation
members of both houses receive a _____ for their services
Illegal immunity
Members of both houses have ___ for anything they say or writ…
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History Terms for U.S constitution articles 1-3
Senator
Preamble
Elastic Clause
Impeachment
9 yrs a citizen, 30 yrs of age, and live in that state.
Prologue or beginning of constitution
Allows congress to carry out things that are not in the const…
Is the process of getting rid of the president.
Senator
9 yrs a citizen, 30 yrs of age, and live in that state.
Preamble
Prologue or beginning of constitution
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U.S history 1 US Constitution Exam
How was the central government organiz…
What did the Northwest ordinance state…
What was proposed under the NJ plan? T…
What was the great compromise?
There was a Congress and a president but they had little powe…
It did not allow slavery in the new territory
NJ plan- called for equal representation for each state so sm…
Combined the two plans and divided Congress into two parts; S…
How was the central government organiz…
There was a Congress and a president but they had little powe…
What did the Northwest ordinance state…
It did not allow slavery in the new territory
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U.S. History - Constitution, Bill of Rights, and Article of Confederation
Constiution
Preamble
Article 1
Article 2
Consists of the Preamble, seven original articles, and 27 ame…
Beginning of the document and explains the golas of the Const…
Legislative Branch-... How laws are made, requirements for Congr…
Executive Branch-... Outlines presidential and vice presidential…
Constiution
Consists of the Preamble, seven original articles, and 27 ame…
Preamble
Beginning of the document and explains the golas of the Const…
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U2: Civics Study Guide: Preamble & Articles of the US Constitution
What were the 6 goals stated in the Pr…
1?
2?
3?
1,2,3,4,5,6
Form a more perfect union
Establish justice
Insure domestic tranquility
What were the 6 goals stated in the Pr…
1,2,3,4,5,6
1?
Form a more perfect union
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U.S History: The Articles of Confederation & The Constitution, & Early Presidents
Why did the Articles of Confederation…
What were the 3 disagreements in creat…
What were 2 compromises in creating th…
What were 2 things it took to ratify t…
Representation - States only had one vote... Congress had limite…
Power, Representation & Taxes
The Great Compromise - create a bicameral congress... The 3/5 Co…
1-Needed 9 of 13 states to agree... 2-Create a Bill of Rights
Why did the Articles of Confederation…
Representation - States only had one vote... Congress had limite…
What were the 3 disagreements in creat…
Power, Representation & Taxes
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AP U.S. History - Articles of Confederation and U.S. Constitution (1783-1789)
What was the "Articles of Confederatio…
What did the Articles of Confederation…
What problem did the Congress face by…
What were two major problems of the Ar…
the first constitution of the thirteen USA
an ineffective government
Congress couldn't tax - only ask for money
No executive to carry out laws, no federal courts to settle d…
What was the "Articles of Confederatio…
the first constitution of the thirteen USA
What did the Articles of Confederation…
an ineffective government
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U.S Gov : The Constitution (articles 2 - 6) ((Final))
- preserve, protect, and defend the co…
commander in chief
2/3
35
what are the president's duties?
what is the president's relationship with the army, navy, and…
the president may make treaties with foreign countries provid…
to be president, a person must be of how many years of age?
- preserve, protect, and defend the co…
what are the president's duties?
commander in chief
what is the president's relationship with the army, navy, and…
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U.S. History article 2,3
What is the president term of office?
What is General Election?
Two types of election?
Number of electors?
4 years per term, limited to two term.... Maximum number of year…
Election in which voters select the winners for each politica…
Primary election, general election
538
What is the president term of office?
4 years per term, limited to two term.... Maximum number of year…
What is General Election?
Election in which voters select the winners for each politica…
ARTICLE OF CONFEDERATION ( U.S History) #2
The government of the USA.
Republic
Central Government
Legislative Branch
:After the revolutionary war the people in the USA instituted…
:A democracy where individuals are elected by the people to r…
:The government that controls the entire country (federal gov…
:The part of government that writes laws
The government of the USA.
:After the revolutionary war the people in the USA instituted…
Republic
:A democracy where individuals are elected by the people to r…
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U.S. History Articles 2-7 Test
Which Branch does Article I discuss?
Which Branch does Article II discuss?
Which Branch does Article III discuss?
Define Electoral College
the Legislative Branch
the Executive Branch
the Judicial Branch
a body of people representing the states of the U.S.
Which Branch does Article I discuss?
the Legislative Branch
Which Branch does Article II discuss?
the Executive Branch
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U.S. history Article 2 and 3
Executive branch
Judicial branch
Cabinet
What do u have to be a president
Enforces or carries out the law
Judges the law
The group of advisors
1. You have to 35 years or older... 2. U need to be a natural bo…
Executive branch
Enforces or carries out the law
Judicial branch
Judges the law
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