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U.S. Constitution Test-REVIEW

Articles of Confederation the U.S. 1 st Form of Governmeent in
Land Ordinance of 1785 Orderly system for dividing/selling public lands.
Three Fifths Compromise Slavery issue
Impeachment Process of accusing political leaders of a crime.
Bill of Rights First 10 Amendments to Constitution
Delaware 1 st State to rafity Constution
Nine States Number of states needed to ratify Constitution.
Constitutional Convention Held in Philadelphia
Virginia Plan Representation based on state's population
New Jersey Plan Each state gets 1 vote
Checks and Balances Limits powers of government branches
Individual Rights Government cannot take away personal freedom.
Popular Sovereignty Government in which people rule
Republicanism Government in which people vote for officials.
Federalism Power is diving between state and national government.
Limited Government Citizens and Political leaders must obey laws.
Separation of Powers Divides Government into 3 Branches
1.Executive 1.Enforces the law 2.Appoints judges 3.Makes treaties
2.Legislative 1.Makes the law 2.Propose Constitutional changes 3.Override Presidental VETO
3.Judicial 1.Interprets the law 2.Declares law unconstitutional
Created by: c0806224