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New Nation challenge

social studies 5th

TermDefinition
WAR OF 1812 This was a fight between USA and England
ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION Did not give this Federal government enough power.
BILL OF RIGHTS Includes the freedom of speech, religion, and press
SHAY'S REBELLION An uprising of farmers.
WAR OF 1812 The British tried to place trade restrictions on the Americans, and fightig occurred.
SHAY'S REBELLIOON This event helped to lead the USA to reconsider the Articles of Confederation.
BILL OF RIGHTS Protected the rights of the citizens.
BILL OF RIGHTS Did not give the right of liberty or freedom to slaves.
BILL OF RIGHTS Contains 10 amendments to the constitution.
CONSTITUTION Gave the federal government more power
CONSTITUTION Begins with "We the People of the United States of America..."
CONSTITUTION Set up three separate but equal branches of government.
ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION The first document to . help govern the New Nation.
Created by: rcampros1