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Rev / New Nation Rev

Review for Revolution and New Nation Test

Economic Polices denied equal trading opportunities
Limited Power divided power between state and federal
Bill of Rights protects individual Rights
Great Compromise - Example of Common Good
Bill of Rights Bear Arms
Bill of Rights Petition Government
Bill of Rights Church
Change US Constitution 3/4 State Legislatures
Sons of Liberty peaceful and violent protests
Stamp Act pay for colonial defense
Legislative Branch Small State vs Large State
3/5 Compromise Slaves as 3/5 person for representation
Major concern of Anti-Federalists no Bill of Rights
Citizens elect representatives Republicanism
Life, liberty, happiness Declaration of Independence
Dockworkers vs. British Soldiers Boston Massacre
One branch of government limits the power of the other branches Checks and Balances
British Soldiers stationed in the colonies protect Native American land, keep peace between colonists and natives, make colonists pay taxes
Purpose of constitutional convention improve US government.
Authority to set up courts Establish Justice
Constitution Ratified Conventions of 9 states
Taxation Shays Rebellion
Implement Proclamation of 1763 threatened war, kept soldiers, sugar act
Created by: meyre