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us history

Which branch makes laws? Legislative branch
Which amendments make up the bill of rights? 1st ten amendments
What is the main purpose of the alien and sedition acts? Sedition act: silenced people who critized Adams Alien act:
What was the national government made up of? congress
what power did the national government have during the articles of confederation? make laws
what event connived congress to end the artical of confederation? shays rebellion
what was the main purpose of the constitutional convention? to revise articles of confederation
what was the purpose of the federalist papers? ratify the costitution
anti-federalist were most concerned with protecting the power of what? state goverment
anti-federalist were unhappy because the constitution did not include what? bill of rights
which compromise determined how slaves would be counted in determining population? 3/5 compermise
how did the great compromise state that states should be represented in the house of representatives? by population
what was the purpose of checks and balances and separation of powers? to make sure that one branch doesn't become to powerful.
why was the bill of rights added to the constitution to protect Americans from goverment
which branch makes laws legislative branch
what rights are guaranteed by the 1st amendment speech,press, and religion
which amendments make up bill of rihghits 1st 10 amedements
how did George Washington handle the whiskey rebellion used executive power to enforce power
what was the major point in Washington foreign policy? maintain nuetral
what major conflict led to the formation of political parties in the 1790 election the distribution of power between federal and government
what quasi-war was american involved in during the adams policy war in france
Hamilton believed that government should be______? expanded
what did France try to do to america during XYZ affair? bribe
which act silenced those who spoke out against john Adams? sedition act
what was the main purpose of the alien and sedition acts? to try to get Adam realected
1st constitution freedom of religion,speech,press, and assembly; right of petition
4th constitution protection against unreasonable search and seizure
5th constitution due process, double jeopardy ; self incimination
6s constitution right to speedy trail
8th constitution no excessive bail or fine; nor cruel or unsual punishment
10th constitution power not delegated to the us to states or people
Created by: jgalvan1164
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