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Chapter 4-Bill of Rights

Declares people’s rights beyond those in the constitution The 9th Amendment
No excessive bail or punishment The 8th Amendment
Police must have a warrant to search. The 4th Amendment
Trial by jury in civil cases The 7th Amendment
Right to due process of law. The 5th Amendment
No soldiers in your house The 3rd Amendment
Right to bear arms The 2nd Amendment
Right to a speedy trial in criminal cases. The 6th Amendment
Laws that don’t belong to the federal government,belong to state or people. The 10th Amendment
What are the five freedoms guaranteed in the First Amendment? Freedom of: speech, religion, press, petition, assembly
Who was the 1st President of the United States of America on April of 1789? George Washington
In the “NEW” United State of America, how was George Washington elected as President of the U.S.? By the Electoral College
Who are the Electoral College delegates from each state that elect the president? House of Representatives (Federal government) Senators (Federal Government) Governors (States)
Who was President George Washington’s Vice President? John Adams
What is a known in government where people work in areas that handled political agendas? Congress
The Department of the State handles relations with other countries, who was in charge of this department? Thomas Jefferson
The Department of the Treasury handles relations with a nation’s finances, who was in charge of this department? Alexander Hamilton
The Secretary of War handles relations with Army Services in the National government, who was this Colonial General? Henry Knox
The Attorney General helps to advise the president in particular matters, who was in charge of this area? Edmund Randolph
What is known as a group of advisors to the president that help in specific area of government? Cabinet
The start of the first political parties are traced by back to Washington’s two delegates, who are they? Alexander Hamilton Thomas Jefferson
What did Alexander Hamilton wanted for the U.S.A. government? A strong national government to develop a good economy
Why was Thomas Jefferson against having a strong U.S.A. government? He worried that a strong government would take away freedoms from the people
For how many years did George Washington served as President of the United States? 8 Years
What were the two reason Alexander Hamilton started tariffs on foreign goods? (1) make money for the national government, (2) to help start businesses for the American people
The new national capital was build between which two states that are close to the Potomac River? Maryland and Virginia
What was the capital called and who did it honor? Washington, District of Columbia (D.C.) in honor of George Washington
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