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WHO SAID IT? This Constitution does not do enough to protect individual liberties. We must demand a Bill of Rights
a) Federalist
b) Anti-Federalist
c)
d)

Anti-Federalist Idea
a) Don’t need a Bill of Rights
b) Favored a STRONG federal (national) government.
c) Wanted Legislative Branch more powerful than Executive Branch
d) Wanted to RATIFY the Constitution

Federalist Idea
a) Refused to RATIFY without a BILL OF RIGHTS
b) Don’t need a Bill of Rights
c) Most power should stay with States
d) Wanted Legislative Branch more powerful than Executive Branch

Anti-Federalists Idea
a) Refused to RATIFY without a BILL OF RIGHTS
b) Don’t need a Bill of Rights
c) Wanted to RATIFY the Constitution
d) Favored a STRONG federal (national) government.

Federalist Idea
a) Wanted Legislative Branch more powerful than Executive Branch
b) Most power should stay with States
c) Refused to RATIFY without a BILL OF RIGHTS
d) Wanted to RATIFY the Constitution

Federalist Idea
a) Most power should stay with States
b) Favored a STRONG federal (national) government.
c) Wanted Legislative Branch more powerful than Executive Branch
d) Refused to RATIFY without a BILL OF RIGHTS

Anti-Federalists Idea
a) Favored a STRONG federal (national) government.
b) Don’t need a Bill of Rights
c) Wanted to RATIFY the Constitution
d) Most power should stay with States

Anti-Federalists
a) Alexander Hamilton
b) Patrick Henry
c) James Madison
d) King George

WHO SAID IT: I want a strong central government
a) Federalist
b) Antifederalist
c)
d)

Federalists
a) Alexander Hamilton
b) Patrick Henry
c) George Mason
d) Fredrick Douglas

3/5 Compromise
a) introduction; states the 6 responsibilities of the government
b) created a two-house legislature, one with representation based on population (Virginia Plan) and one with equal representatio
c) slaves would count as 3/5 of a person when counting for representation and taxation
d) first national written constitution (plan of government)

Magna Carta (1215)
a) declared the colonies separate from Britain; granted all men certain unalienable rights
b) guaranteed English citizens certain rights; set up a process to elect representatives to Parliament
c) established a self-government in Plymouth, Massachusetts for the Pilgrims
d) signed in England, limited the power of the king

Mayflower Compact (1620)
a) established a self-government in Plymouth, Massachusetts for the Pilgrims
b) first national written constitution (plan of government)
c) guaranteed English citizens certain rights; set up a process to elect representatives to Parliament
d) signed in England, limited the power of the king

English Bill of Rights (1689)
a) established a self-government in Plymouth, Massachusetts for the Pilgrims
b) guaranteed English citizens certain rights; set up a process to elect representatives to Parliament
c) signed in England, limited the power of the king
d) declared the colonies separate from Britain; granted all men certain unalienable rights

Articles of Confederation (1781)
a) guaranteed English citizens certain rights; set up a process to elect representatives to Parliament
b) established the first representative government in the colonies
c) first national written constitution (plan of government)
d) established a self-government in Plymouth, Massachusetts for the Pilgrims

Great Compromise
a) FOR the new constitution with a strong federal government; Alexander Hamilton, James Madison
b) AGAINST the new constitution without adding a Bill of Rights; Patrick Henry, George Mason
c) slaves would count as 3/5 of a person when counting for representation and taxation
d) created a two-house legislature, one with representation based on population (Virginia Plan) and one with equal representatio

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