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Unit 3 the constitution

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The central government as it was established in the articles of confederation could not Function effectively
What became complicated because states printed their own currency Due to the loss of value in the continental dollar, trade became complicated because states printed their own money
As per slave laws under the articles of confederation northwest ordinance what would happen to ru n away slaves Under the northwest ordinance any person escaping slavery would be returned to their original state as per that states slave laws
What ultimately prompted the call to rewrite the articles of confederation Economic downturn caused by limitations on the central government is what ultimately prompted to call to rewrite the articles of confederation
The Virginia house of burgesses influenced the U.S. Constitution by Establishing an elected representative legislature
Locke's principle for the right to property represented by the nation helped By the nation becoming one common market, this gave the people the right to engage freely in producing, selling, and buying products
"Depriving us in many cases, of the benefits of trial by jury" was a grievance included in the (?) and addressed where Was a grievance included in the Declaration of Independence that was addressed in the bill of rights
The right to a trail by jury was included in (?) and was also what The right to a trial by jury was included in the bills of rights because it was one of the grievances against King George
Who did Alexander Hamilton rally for support for and when Hamilton rallied for supporters for the federalist during the ratification of the U.S. Constitution
The federalist papers generated support for (?) and by what The federalist papers generated support for ratifying the constitution by explaining how the constitution would protect states' rights
What was one of the fears of the anti-federalist That under a consolidated government the 13 republics would be weakened
What did the anti-federalist want. And what would help They wanted a bill of rights as a measure of protection of those rights
What was Patrick Henry concerned with the constitution about That the constitution had given the president too much power
What was the one thing that was resolved by the constitution The ability of the national government to deal with state issues was an issue that was resolved by the constitution
What did the three-fifths compromise give Gave the larger southern states more representation in congress
The main similarity between England's Magna Carta and the United States bill of rights was That they both ensured the basic rights of each country's respective citizens
The principle of popular sovereignty and the concept of national unification were ideas the framers confirmed by opening the U.S. Constitution with "We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union..."
Why is it important for people to understand public issues So they can make informed decisions when voting
What is one responsibility we have as citizens The responsibility to follow laws and rules
Some of the rights guaranteed by the constitution are Assemble peacefully, the right to free speech, and the right to petition the government
The Great compromise established A two house legislature in order to fairly represent all of the states
What does the constitution reflect The principle of popular sovereignty by allowing the people to choose their representatives
The tenth amendment reflects The principle of federalism because it divides power between the state and national government
In order to begin the process of amending the U.S. Constitution the amendment needs to be Proposed by two thirds of both congress and all state legislatures
Why is it important for people to serve on juries when called to do so It is important for people to serve on juries when called to do so because it protects the rights of someone accused of a crime
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