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8th US History

8th US History STAAR #2

Individual Rights
Limited Government
Separation of Powers
Checks & Balances
Popular Sovereignty
Articles of Confederation 1st government created after declaring indepenence
Constituion Current government of the U.S.A.
Dec. of Independence Grievances listed against King George III. Life, Liberty & Pursuit of Happiness- Unalienable Rights Break up letter Thomas Jefferson
Thomas Jefferson creator of the Dec. of Independence
Thomas Payne "Common Sense" Pamphlet which said we needed to break away from England in 1776
Patrick Henry Give me Liberty or Give me Death!, I smell a rat!
Albany Plan of Union Ben Franklin's Plan to united the colonies during the French and Indian War
Bill of Rights 1st 10 amendments to the Constitution Addressed grievances within the Dec. of Independence
Created by: CoachMcGough