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New Hampshire was the ninth state to __________ the Constitution.
a) veto b) checks and balances c) Northwest Ordinance d) ratify
The three branches of government share power through the system of __________.
a) veto b) checks and balances c) Northwest Ordinance d) Great Compromise
As the country spread west, the __________ helped turn territories into states.
a) veto b) checks and balances c) Northwest Ordinance d) Great Compromise
The United States has two houses of Congress due to the __________.
a) Great Compromise b) veto c) ratify d) Northwest Ordinance
If the President does not approve of a new law, he can __________ it.
a) Great Compromise b) veto c) ratify d) Northwest Ordinance
Which of these was most powerful under the Articles of Confederation?
a) judges b) military leaders c) the central government d) the states
What is the main job of the judicial branch of government?
a) to print money b) to explain laws c) to choose the president d) to make laws
In the House of Representatives, each state is represented by __________.
a) two representatives b) one representative c) state population d) state land size
Which of these may state governments do?
a) declare war b) make treaties c) print money d) set up public school
What type of government did Federalists want?
a) a strong central government b) strong state government c) a monarchy d) a dictatorship
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