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the spark that started the American Revolution? Pg. 207




  1. Who was voted to lead the Revolutionary Army? Pg. 207

  2. What ideas inspired the American Revolution? Pg. 207



  1. What were the Americans simply asking for? Pg. 207

  2. What did the 2nd Continental Congress issue in July 1776? Pg. 207

  3. Who was the writer of the Declaration of Independence? Pg. 207

  4. Who was the Grandfather of America? Pg. 208

  5. What did the Declaration of Independence include? Pg. 208


  1. What was the OLD IDEA of Colonial Attachment to Britain? Pg.208



  1. What was the NEW IDEA of Colonial Attachment to Britain? Pg.208


  1. As underdogs, list 3 reasons for the Americans surprise success? Pg. 208










  1. What was the turning point of the War? Notes

  2. Which Monarch joined the Americans so they did not have to fight alone in 1778? Pg. 208




  1. What was the final decisive battle of the Revolutionary War in 1781? Pg. 208




  1. The first U.S. Constitution in 1781 was known as the? Pg. 210

  2. What form of Government was the Articles of Confederation? Pg. 210

  3. What did the Articles of Confederation deliberately create? Why? Pg. 210



  1. What was the one branch of Government in control of the nation? Pg. 210

  2. What could Congress do? What could they not do? Pg. 210



  1. Explain the metaphor, “The Divided States of America? Pg. 210



  1. Why was the Articles of Confederation considered to be “A Weak National Government? Pg. 210



  1. What happened in 1787 and what political theories were used? Pg. 210



  1. What is the Federal System? Pg. 211



  1. How many branches of Government does the Federal System have? Pg. 211

  2. What are the names of the 3 branches of the Federal System? Pg. 211










  1. Explain the idea of “checks & balances? Pg. 211



  1. How can the Congress veto the President? Pg. 211

  2. Who was the writer of the U.S. Constitution? Notes

  3. Who was the writer of the Federalist Papers? Notes

  4. What did the Anti-federalist demand be included in the U.S. Constitution? Pg. 211

  5. What where the U.S. Bill of Rights of 1791? Pg. 211



  1. List any 5 of the U.S. Bill of Rights? Notes














  1. What where the 1st ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution known as? Pg. 211

  2. How many total amendments are there as of today? Ask teacher

  3. What did the 13th Amendment abolish? Ask teacher

  4. What issue does the 18th & 21st Amendment address? Ask teacher

  5. What issue does the 19th & 26th Amendment address? Ask teacher




  1. What was History’s turning point on how mankind looked at government? Pg. 211




  1. Which nation did the American Revolution immediately inspire? Pg. 211

  2. What does Federal mean? Pg. 209 chart




  1. What idea of John Locke appears in the U.S. Constitution? Pg. 209 chart




  1. What idea of Montesquieu appears in the U.S. Constitution? Pg. 209 chart




  1. What idea of Rousseau appears in the U.S. Constitution? Pg. 209 chart




  1. What idea of Voltaire appears in the U.S. Constitution? Pg. 209 chart




  1. What idea of Beccaria appears in the U.S. Constitution? Pg. 209 chart




  1. Which 2 historical events inspired the American Revolution the most? Notes







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