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Krise: Common Assess

Krise: 1st Common Assessment

What parts is the Constitution organized into? Articles
What was written to the King of England to outline why the colonies wanted to break away from his country? Declaration of Independence
What freedoms were based on the colonial period? Press Religion Speech
What are our rights as U.S. citizens based upon? Beliefs and Values
What did the Magna Carta and the English Bill of Rights do? Listed basic Freedoms
How many freedoms are outlined in the 1st Amendment? Five
What is one of the duties of a U.S. citizen? Obey laws
What is another duty of a U.S. citizen? Serve on a jury
What is one more duty of a U.S. citizen? Defending the Nation
What "Compromise" created a Congress with both the House and the Senate? Great Compromise
Which "Plan" called for equal representation of all states? New Jersey Plan
Which "Plan" provided more power to the bigger states? Virginia Plan
Which book was written that made the argument for the colonies to leave England? Common Sense
What rebellion among farmers showed the need to make changes in our government? Shay's Rebellion
What legislative model did the Roman's provide the writers of the constitution? Representative Government
What did the "Federalists" argue in favor of? National Government
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