Faith in republican society
Faith in the common man
Belief that the national government should be strong
Great respect for the purity of the British constitution
Fears of the effect of the French revolution on American society
Coureurs de bois
Derive their rights from nature
Have rights that are granted by the government
Determine their own rights
Derive their rights from God
Are granted their rights by their King
Freedoms that are not specified in the Constitution of in statutory laws, but make up the unwritten Constitution
The rights to vote and participate in the political process in democracy
Laws that provide and set limits on one's freedoms
Citizens' rights to equal treatment under the law
Individual legan and constitutional protections against the government
Miranda v. Arizona
Barron v. Baltimore
New York v. United States
Engle v. Vitale
Gitlow v. New York
International naval supremacy
An ongoing argument about relations and treaties with Native Americans
Control of the Mississippi and Ohio Valleys
Strongly reflected the widespread class conflict that would eventually lead to deadly riots for two generations
Was heavily influenced be the earlier French Revolution
Was very similar to te French, Russian, and Iranian Revolutions
Was an essentially conservative movement that did not drastically alter the colonists' way of life
Was a radical movement that drastically altered the colonists' way of life
No one thought he would find anything
No European nation had any interest in exploration
Most educated Europeans believed the earth was flat
The Catholic Church condemned this kind of exploration
Most educated Europeans did not believe the earth was flat.
The purchase of western lands
Strong diplomatic ties with France
Giving the common man the right to vote
Providing governmental subsides to manufacturers
Modeling the banking system on the Germal model
Creation of a national bank
Passage of a protective tariff
Approval of a standardizd currency schedule
Funding of the national debt
Assumption of the state debts
Showed that, in the end, he valued revenue more than good health.
Demonstrated his concern for the health of the people
Wasstrongly influenced by his own habit of smoking
Changed very little during his course of his reign
Was influenced by its religious usage
The experience of the Marian exiles
The War of the Roses
The Hundred Years' War
European political thinkers
Optimistic about the future
Trying to rebuild
Eager fro independence from Great Britain
Hostile toward the British
Apathetic about colonial-British relations
A provision of the Bill of RIghts was applied to the states for the first time.
The national government was prevented from violating the Bill of Rights
A state constitution had precedence over the U.S. Constitution
The Bill of Rights was interpreted as restraining only the national government and not cities and states
The U.S. Constitution has precedence over the state constitution within the state
The Boston Tea Party
The Declaratory Act
The colonial boycott of the Stamp Act
The Tea Act
The American victory at Saratoga
The market place
The town crier
Nations are indivisible and people must never secede from their mother nation
People should revolt when they suffer deep injustices
The British parliament was to blame for the evils imposed upon the colonists
Revolution is justifiable whenever people become angry with their government
Reise the Articles of Confederation
Choose the 1st president
Negotiate the peace treaty with Great Britain
Abolish the Articles of Confederation
Grant women the right to vote
Were not covered under the Navigation Acts.
Had to be counted or weighed by a royal official before export.
Were restricted to trade in the Western Hemisphere.
Could be sold the to the mother country.
Could only be sold to foregin nations if transported on English ships.
Checks and balances
A general prosperity
A centralization of political authority under a monarchy
The effects of Renaissance
Young, single males who came as indentured servants
Catholics fleeing persecution
Unconcerned about economic opportunities
More radically tolerant than their Enlgish counterparts
Unwilling to have contact with native groups
Depended on the state's population
Established the American borders of the Appalachian Mountains
Allowed Americans the opportunity for an independent nation
Did not provide a favorable conclusion to the war
Ensured Loyalists would not be compensated for their lands
Affirmative action programs have made the student body more diverse, although standards have been lowered.
The president must now be elected by two-thirds a vote of the electoral college rathers than a simple majority
The number of elections has decreased dramatically
Almost all electors now vote for the presidential candidate who wins the most popular votes in their state
Today, the electors vote for whom they personally feel would make the best president
Officially sponsered debates
A and C
A and B
Should have been dealt with by the state of PA.
Was the result of legitimate complaint on the part of distillers.
Was not something with which to be concerned.
Presented a direct threat to the nation.
Indicated the importance of repealing the excise tax.
Allow the government to deport undesirable aliens.
Keep out Eastern European immigrants.
Create a heterogenous society for America.
Allow the Federalists to maintain political control.
Help immigrants assimilate into society.
A mix of wealthy and middle-class Americans.
Primarily British officials overseeing the implementation of the new government agreed to in the peace treaty.
Wealthy planters, lawyers, and merchants.
Overwhelmingly middle-class farmers.
Building of the National Roads.
Union and Pacific Railroad.
John Smith - VA
John Winthrop - MA
Sir George Carteret - NJ
George Calvert - PA
Roger Williams - RI
Teacher led prayers in public schools
Religious use of peyote
Whether Amish children must go to school
None of the above
The bad weather that prevented some delegates from attending.
Parliament's decision to declare the meeting illeagal.
The fact that the delegates from different regions were unfamiliar with one another.
The refusal of its delegates to challenge British authority.
VA's refusal to send delegates.
Provided the colonists with a rationale for revolution.
Had little popularity among the colonists.
Persuaded colonial elites to sever their ties with Great Britain.
Acknowledged the sovereignty if the monarch.
Did not criticize all monarchs, just George III.
States had the right to nullify federal law under certain circumstances.
Ultimate power always remained with the federal government.
The Sedition Act was worthy of enforcement by the states.
The "general welfare" of the nation should be the guiding principle in the states decisions.
The states of KY chose to remain neutral in the contest between Hamilton and Jefferson.
John Jacob Astor
States are prohibited from funding the abortions of poor women
The federal government, but not the states, is prohibited from funding abortions for poor women
States can ban abortion except when the mother's health is in danger
States cannot ban abortion unless the mother's life is in danger
States cannot ban abortion
Considered them to be expendable.
Respected them as people, but was not impressed by their culture.
Found them to be savages unworthy of serious concern.
Wanted to try to assimilate them into nascent culture of the U.S.
Believed their way of life was worth protecting and preserving.
In search of land and riches.
Wealthy aristocrats, hoping to establish a fuedal system in America.
Nullify the constitutional amendments.
Confirm presidential appointments.
Check the actions of the other branches through judicial review.
Impeach the president.
Determine its own size and makeup.
Dramatic increases in agricultural prices.
Rising land prices in the East.
The declining fertility of eastern land.
Ongoing relocation of Native Americans to controlled reservations.
John Quincey Adams.
Believes the Europeans would behave rationally.
Demanded revenge for the deaths of the sailors on the Chesapeake.
Prepared the country for war.
Declared America's isolation from the events.
Tried to avoid American involvement.
Meet the demands of American farmers.
Enhance America's image abroad.
Take money out of their own pockets.
Prevent political differences from arising.
Prevent competition from foreign goods.
Grounds for denying federal aid to children attending parochial schools
Prohibiting school-organized Bible-reading and prayer in public schools.
Merely preventing the establishment of the national church
Allowing nondenominational school prayer
All of the above
Ties to England
Did not create unifor prosperity throughout the region
Led to greater Southern self-sufficiency
Brought uniform prosperity to the region
Was free from market fluctuations
Lived in similar conditions
Had higher literacy rates
Experienced more problems with theri owners
Lived under much worse conditions
Enjoying a higher standard of living