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Chapter 2 Assess ?'s

Ch.2 Review: Page 60

The purpose of the First Continental Congress in 1774 was to C. Bring the colonies together to keep abreast of the developments with the British
Why did the Articles of Confederation create a national system of government whose power was derived from the states? D. It was a reaction to Great Britain's unitary system of government
During the formation of the United States, smaller states such as New Jersey and Connecticut supported a model of government that included all of the following features EXCEPT A. A legislature with the power to select the executive
With which aspect of government does Article III of the US Constitution deal> E. The judicial branch of government
Which of the following was one of the views of the Anti-Federalists? B. A strong government could strip powers away from the states
In what ways has the US Constitution NOT been amended? D. Ratification by conventions called in one-fourth of the states
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