Chapter 5 Section 1, 2, And 3 Test

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Chapter 5 Section 1, 2, and 3 Test
Chapter 5 All about the Constitution Quiz!

  
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1.  A Federalist is generally someone who wants a strong central government and immediate passage of the Constitution.
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2.  The Constitution:
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3.  Washington helped to defeat the Newburgh Conspiracy by maintaining his integrity and standing firm to his principles. It also "preserved the basic principle..."
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4.  The Northwest Ordinance and Land Ordinance of 1785 are both good examples that the government under the Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union was effective.
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5.  A duty is a:
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6.  "The end of the Revolutionary War and the reigning in of economic activity with Britain plunged the new United States into a severe ___________, or economic slowdown.
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7.  As a result of the economic slowdown, foreclosures were on the rise. To whom did the foreclosure most heavily burden?
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8.  A weakness of the Articles of Confederation was:
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9.  The Articles of Confederation required a majority vote in order to pass an amendment.
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10.  People who support a strong central government are often known as "nationalists."
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11.  James Madison was considered a nationalist.
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12.  The economic recession was ultimately, what forced the Congress to call for a convention.
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13.  According to Madison, the true source of political power was the Constitution.
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14.  The Virginia Plan proposed scrapping the Articles entirely and making a weak central government.
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15.  The New Jersey Plan
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16.  The Connecticut Compromise resulted in:
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17.  The 3/5 Compromise, ultimately resulted in:
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18.  This is your essay for the test. Please write it down. Explain and defend the failures or successes of the government under the Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union. How did the Constitution seek to address some of the weaknesses.
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