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section 2 study guid

TermDefinition
bicameral two branches
Constitution a body of principals
Confederation alliance ot league
ratify concent
federalism system of government
amendment minor change to a piece of text related to the govt
Weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation not enough power
Details about the Constitutional Convention of 1787 amend the articles of confederation
Differences between the Virginia and New Jersey Plans, and how they were resolved by the Great Compromise to resolve a stalemate
The Three-Fifths Compromise every 5 slaves counted as 3 people
The Slave Trade Compromise he states in the North wanted Congress to have power to regulate commerce.
The Electoral College system allow the people to vote for president and vice president
Differences between Federalists and Anti-Federalists The Federalists were instrumental in 1787 in shaping the new US Constitution, which strengthened the national government at the expense, according to the Antifederalists, of the states and the people.
The Preamble of the Constitution we the people
The necessary and proper clause for the congress to have the power to make all laws that are necessary
The major principles of government (know what they are): popular sovereignty, rule of law/limited government (same thing), separation of powers, checks and balances, and federalism legislative, executive, and judicial
Differences between expressed, reserved, and concurrent powers a power given to the national govt
The supremacy clause
Ratification of the Constitution
US House of Representatives Qualifications
US Senate Qualifications
US President Qualifications
NC House of Representatives Qualifications
NC Senate Qualifications
Governor and Lt Governor Qualifications
Gerrymandering
US Census
Separation of Powers with an example
Checks and Balance with examples
Federalism
Electoral College
President’s Cabinet help him make decisions
The supremacy clause
Ratification of the Constitution
US House of Representatives Qualifications
US Senate Qualifications
US President Qualifications
NC House of Representatives Qualifications
NC Senate Qualifications
Governor and Lt Governor Qualifications
Gerrymandering
US Census
Separation of Powers with an example
Checks and Balance with examples
Federalism
Electoral College
President’s Cabinet help him make decisions
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