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Chapter 7 History

Articles of Confederation- Connected McGrawHill

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What was needed in order to become a state? (3 things) 1. 5,000 free men 2. elect an assembly 3. Once 60,000 citizens is reached, the group of people can apply to become a state
What else did the states have to have? (besides the 3 main things) 1. A school in section 16 2. No slavery 3. Trial by jury 4. Treat Indians fairly
What was the Land Ordinance? divided the land to sell and to pay off debts
What were the lands made up of 6x6 squares called? townships
What were the requirements of a township? 1. a school in section 16 2. 36 1x1 squares, forming into a 6x6 square 3. 4 sections dedicated to government usage
What is another name for the Virginia plan? large states plan
What is another name for the New Jersey plan? small states plan
Which plan wanted strong national government? Virginia plan
Which plan wanted a government of 3 branches? Virginia plan
Which plan wanted a 1 house legislature? New Jersey plan
Which plan wanted each state to receive 1 vote? New Jersey plan
Which plan wanted the legislature to have the power for electing an executive branch of more than one person? New Jersey plan
Which plan wanted a 2 house legislature (bicameral)? Virginia plan
Which plan wanted a chief executive chosen by the legislature? Virginia plan
Which plan wanted a court system? Virginia plan
Which plan wanted both houses to be proportional based on state population? Virginia plan
What was the three-fifths compromise? an agreement to settle the issue on how to count the slaves between the north and south
Who wanted slaves counted for tax purposes, but not representation? north
Who wanted slaves counted for representation, but not taxes? south
How was the three-fifths compromise resolved? for every 5 slaves, 3 would count in the south for taxes and representation
Who wanted slave trade banned nationwide? north
Who relied on slave trade? south
What was the resolution for the Slave Trade compromise? congress decided to not interfere for 20 years
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