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History Unit 3

In the Articles of Confederation, at least how many of the 13 states had to approve for a law to be passed? 9 of the 13
How many settlers could apply for statehood during the Northwest Ordinance? 60,000
What was a sign that the Articles of Confederation were not working? What needed to happen? Shay's Rebellion and that a change was needed
How did Americans, such as George Washington, react to Shay's Rebellion? By wanting the Articles of Confederation revised
If power in the congress was based on population, would the smaller or the bigger states lose power? Smaller
New Jersey Plan : Legislative Branch : each state regardless of what would have the same vote in congress? Population
The Great Compromise : Seats in the what would be awarded according to population? House of Representatives
The 3/5 Compromise was what? 3/5 of slaves would be counted in the population
What are the three branches of government? Executive, Legislative, and Judicial
Legislative Congress - What's the most important power of congress? To make the nations laws
Executive branch - Who? What does it do? The President and carries out the nations laws
The President and the Vice President are only elected by who? All American voters
What are the Federalist Papers? Essays on the support of the constitution
What was argued about the constitution? That the constitution must spell out was to protect peoples basic rights
The Bill of Rights became a part of the Constitution? The Amendment Process
The States : Responsible for public education in the United States,
Which plan are the three branches of government under? Both
Why did small states favor the New Jersey plan? All states had equal representation in the legislature
What resolved the conflict between the two plans shown in the diagram? The Great Compromise
One vote per state would appear under what plan in the diagram? New Jersey Plan
Created by: brooklynel



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