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This rebellion demonstrated weaknesses in the Articles of Confederation.
a) Bacon\'s Rebellion
b) Stono Rebellion
c) Whiskey Rebellion
d) Shay\'s Rebellion

The Constitutional Convention was held where?
a) New York City
b) Philadelphia
c) Quebec
d) Washington DC

The division of power between state and federal governments is known as:
a) Republicanism
b) Federalism
c) popular sovereignty
d) Democracy

How many times has the US Constitution been amended?
a) 27
b) 31
c) 14
d) 12

Who was the main author of the US Constitution?
a) Alexander Hamilton
b) Thomas Jefferson
c) George Washington
d) James Madison

All of the following were problems w/ the Articles of Confederation EXCEPT:
a) Could not regulate trade
b) No power to tax
c) Hard to change
d) Made the National government too powerful

This law that created the process for territories to become states is the Articles biggest success.
a) Missouri Compromise
b) Headright System
c) Land Grant Act
d) NW Ordinance of 1785

All of the following were conflicts between states under the Articles of Confed. EXCEPT:
a) different money
b) different languages
c) border disputes
d) trade barriers

All of the following were issues that had to be discussed at the Constitution Convention EXCEPT
a) War with Britain
b) Economic matters
c) Slavery
d) Representation

People who supported ratification of the New Constitution were called:
a) Anti-Federalists
b) Federalists
c) Whigs
d) Democratic-Republicans

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