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Final Exam #2

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TermDefinition
committees of response established for communication between the colonies
Sam Adams Paul Revere leaders, sons of liberty
Common Sense Thomas Paine, pamphlet time to declare independence
Olive Branch Petition attempt at peace with Britain after Lexington and Concord
Battle of Bunker Hill American victory over British June 1775
Battle of Saratoga turning point American Revolution, France comes to help
Yorkstown Gen. Cornwallis surrenders to George Washington
George Washington command the continental army (1st President of U.S)
Treaty of Paris Ended the American Rev. (France, Paris)
Article of Confederation 1st U.S constitution, every state was equal no matter what the population, Congress had no power no tax
Shay's Rebellion Daniel Shays rebels against taxes/ Massachusetts
Constitutional of Convection of 1787 Alexander Hamilton, May September 17
New Jersey Plan Favor small states, each state equal no matter what their population
Virginia Plan Favors large states, representation in congress based on population
Connecticut Plan/ Great Compromise Two House Legislature Bicameral, House of Representative (Population)
3/5 Compromise South could count 3/5 of their slaves asd population
Federalists Alexander Hamilton, loose construction /interpretation of the constitution
Anti- Federalists Thomas Jefferson, strict interpretation, (Republican)
Bills of Rights 1st 1o amendments protects your freedom from the government, 2nd amendment Bills Of Rights
Northwest Ordinance (1787) plan to admit new states
Democratic- Republicans Thomas Jefferson, Strict interpretation of the constitution
Thomas Jefferson Sec. of the State Dem- Republican
Judiciary Act of 1789 created the Federal Court system
Hamilton's Economic Plan Protective tariff (tax on imports), American Business, Excise Tax on Whiskey producer, National Bank, Assumption of State (Debts)
Created by: N.Rojas