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The ConstitutionThe Constitution
Furthermore, government must be limited. The Declaration of Independence, written primarily by Jefferson, is both political and philosophical, emphasizing many of Locke's ideas
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Unit I: the foudnations of governmentUnit I: the foudnations of government
Constitution they created reflects restraints on democracy. While they believed that monarchies were repressive, they knew that complete freedom would lead to disorder. Their main challenge was to fashion a government that struck a balance between liberty
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Name: The Articles of Confederation Era The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly The Good: Use the following words to fill in the blanks. You will only use each word onceName: The Articles of Confederation Era The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly The Good: Use the following words to fill in the blanks. You will only use each word once
Britain. The name of this document was the Articles of Confederation. This form of government would eventually be replaced because it was very weak but there were two good laws that were created while the Articles of Confederation was
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Oakland Unified School District 8th Grade – U. S. History Assessment Fall Semester, 2010 2011 Agree or DisagreeOakland Unified School District 8th Grade – U. S. History Assessment Fall Semester, 2010 2011 Agree or Disagree
The Constitution, as adopted in 1789, was a vast improvement over the Articles of Confederation.”
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United states study questionsUnited states study questions
Directions: Circle terms or topics you remember and write a statement to show your understanding
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Period: Part APeriod: Part A
Directions: Analyze the documents and answer the short-answer questions that follow each document in the space provided
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Introduction Did you know…Introduction Did you know…
Twelve of the thirteen states were represented
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Brig gen “mad” anthony wayne presented by Paul A. Chase Colonel William Grayson ChapterBrig gen “mad” anthony wayne presented by Paul A. Chase Colonel William Grayson Chapter
General “Mad” Anthony Wayne belongs in Gen Washington’s top tier generals consisting of Nathanael Greene, Henry Knox, Daniel Morgan, Benedict Arnold and Benjamin Lincoln. Yes
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The ConstitutionThe Constitution
Furthermore, government must be limited. The Declaration of Independence, written primarily by Jefferson, is both political and philosophical, emphasizing many of Locke's ideas
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Federalists and Anti-Federalists: The Debate on the Constitution of 1787 ap us introductionFederalists and Anti-Federalists: The Debate on the Constitution of 1787 ap us introduction
Constitution to replace the Articles of Confederation. Now, at the end of a long, hot summer, they were ready to sign the product of their work and go home
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Anti-federalist paper october 18, 1787Anti-federalist paper october 18, 1787
Encouraged by this consideration, I have been induced to offer my thoughts upon the present important crisis of our public affairs
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The Gettysburg Address Background and ImpactThe Gettysburg Address Background and Impact
North by the Confederacy's Army of Northern Virginia. Several months later, President Lincoln went to Gettysburg to speak at the dedication of the cemetery for the Union war dead. Speaking of a new birth of freedom
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The Constitution and the Idea of CompromiseThe Constitution and the Idea of Compromise
George Washington and the other Founders at the Constitutional Convention. The first section considers the diverse interests of the thirteen states that made compromise a necessity. The other sections examine the Great Compromise and the
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