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I am a Federalist and they call me the father of the constitution because I basically wrote the whole thing. You're Welcome!
a) Alexander Hamilton
b) Thomas Jefferson
c) James Madison
d) John Locke

These are the changes to the original constitution
a) Preamble
b) Articles
c) Amendments
d) Compacts

This part of the constitution protects citizens' basic individual rights
a) Bill of Rights
b) Articles
c) Preamble
d) Compacts

This part of the constitution explains the structure and powers of the government
a) Preamble
b) Articles
c) Amendments
d) Bill of Rights

This introduction to the constitution states the purpose and goals of our government
a) Preamble
b) Articles
c) Amendments
d) Charters

This was a compromise between Slave States and Free States. Slave states would agree to ratify the constitution, if they could count some of their slaves towards their population when deciding the number of state representatives
a) The Great Compromise
b) The 3/5th Compromise
c) The Ratification Compromise
d) The Missouri Compromise

Which of the following rights is NOT associated with states' rights
a) the right to nullify the alien and sedition acts
b) the right to nullify unfair tariffs
c) the right to own slaves
d) the right to declare war

Which of the following is NOT a part of the constitution
a) Preamble
b) Articles
c) Amendments
d) Declarations

Why did the anti-federalists agree to the ratification compromise and approve the constitution?
a) The realized that strong state goverment
b) The Federal gov't guaranteed it would protect the citizens' rights when it added The Bill of Rights to the constitution
c) They agreed that a strong Federal Gov't would not abuse the rights of the people
d) They agreed that a strong Federal Gov't would not favor specific regions of the nation

This compromise was a balance between large population states' representation in the government and the small population states' representation in the government and
a) The Great Compromise
b) The 3/5th Compromise
c) The Ratification Compromise
d) The Missouri Compromise

This was a compromise the Federalist, who believed in strong national governments, and the anti-federalists, who believed in strong state governments
a) The Great Compromise
b) The 3/5th Compromise
c) The Ratification Compromise
d) The Missouri Compromise

Lockean Theory states that Governments and the People agree to a ________________, the people allow the gov't to rule, if the gov't protects the people's rights.
a) bargain
b) social contract
c) amendment
d) lifelong agreement

Three of the following terms are synonyms (mean the same thing). Which of the following does NOT belong with the other three terms?
a) National
b) Federal
c) Central
d) Local

Which of the following does NOT describe the Articles of Confederation
a) No Power to Tax
b) No Power to enforce laws
c) Strong State Governments
d) Strong National Governments

This amendment reserves powers for the States such as the power to run schools, and healthcare
a) 1st
b) 14th
c) 9th
d) 10th

Dividing the government into three branches
a) Federalism
b) Separation of Powers
c) Republicanism
d) Theology

The government cannot do anything it wants
a) Representative Government
b) Republicanism
c) Federalism
d) Limited Government

We elect representatives to make laws for us
a) Republicanism
b) Federalism
c) Checks and Balances
d) Direct Democracy

Government Power is divided between National and State Governments
a) Federalism
b) Republicanism
c) Separation of Powers
d) Democracy

Branches of the government limit each other's power
a) Federalism
b) Republicanism
c) Checks and Balances
d) Democracy

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