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How many branches of government were set up under the Articles of Confederation?
a) 1 b) 2 c) 3 d)
The Bill of Rights aims to protect the people against abuses by the
a) states. b) federal government. c) northwest territories. d)
The Antifederalist position
a) supported the Constitution. b) did not want the Constitution to be ratified. c) wanted to reunite with Britain. d)
The Federalist position
a) supported the Constitution. b) did not want the Constitution to be ratified. c) wanted to reunite with Britain. d)
The Constitution claims to take authority from
a) Britain. b) the government. c) the people. d)
In the debate over slavery, Southern delegates
a) wanted slaves to count towards the population. b) did not want slaves to count towards the population. c) thought slaves should be able to vote. d)
The Articles of Confederation gave most of the power to the
a) governors. b) federal government. c) states. d)
Who was the first Vice President of the United States?
a) Alexander Hamilton b) George Washington c) John Adams d)
What meeting were delegates sent to revise the Articles of Confederation?
a) The Articles of Confederation Convention. b) The Compromise Convention. c) The Constitutional Convention. d)
How many of the states had to ratify the Constitution for it to pass?
a) 5 b) 9 c) 13 d)
Who was the first President of the United States?
a) Alexander Hamilton b) George Washington c) John Adams d)
How did the Bill of Rights become part of the Constitution?
a) It was added through the amendment process. b) It was agreed upon in the Great Compromise. c) It was copied from a number of state constitutions. d)
Why were people against the approval of the Constitution?
a) It did not include protection of individual rights. b) It failed to include checks and balances. c) It made slavery illegal. d)
Under the Three-Fifths Compromise, slaves counted as
a) 1/5 of a free person. b) the same of a free person. c) 3/5 of a free person. d)
The new state constitutions were influenced by the
a) Land Ordinance of 1785. b) American Revolution. c) state population. d)
The Three-Fifths Compromise helped to preserve
a) a strong bond between the United States and Britain. b) slavery. c) voting rights for white males. d)
Representation in the Virginia Plan was based on
a) equal representation of each state. b) population. c) slavery. d)
Representation in the New Jersey Plan was based on
a) equal representation of each state. b) population. c) slavery. d)
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