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1: What was the initial purpose of the Constitutional Convention?
A: to write the Constitution
B: to amend the Constitution
C: to amend the Articles of Confederation ***
D: to ratify the Constitution

2: What fundamental problem did Noah Webster see in the Articles of Confederation?
A: that states would always work in their own self-interest even if it meant harm to the nation as a whole ***
B: that the central government would always favor large states over the smaller states when disputes broke out
C: that small states would have just as much say in the government as larger states
D: that the states would have no way to stop the central government from imposing harsh taxes on them

3: What did the Northwest Ordinance outlaw in the Northwest Territory?
A: religious freedom
B: slavery ***
C: trial by jury
D: admission of new states

4: According to the excerpt, who had more power under the Articles of Confederation?
A: It gave the majority of the power to the national government, and limited the power of individual states.
B: It gave the majority of the power to the individual states, and limited the power of the national government. ***
C: It gave the majority of the power to the British monarchy, and limited the power of the national government.
D: It gave the majority of the power to the Congress, and limited the power of individual states.

5: What are some weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation that caused the need for a new and stronger federal government that the framers outlined in the Constitution? Select all that apply.
A: how to resolve disputes between states over land ***
B: differences in opinions on how to establish a federal educational system
C: confusion over different state currency ***
D: how to set up reserved land for Native Americans

6: Which of the following was one important contribution made by Benjamin Franklin during the Constitutional Convention?
A: He called for an end to the Articles of Confederation.
B: He is known as the primary author of the U.S. Constitution.
C: He made a plea to delegates to accept the U.S. Constitution. ***
D: He was the mastermind behind the Great Compromise.

7: What effect did the Three-Fifths Compromise have on Southern states?
A: It helped increase the number of slaves traded.
B: It gave the South the power to outvote the North.
C: It limited the number of states that allowed slavery.
D: It gave those states more representation in Congress. ***

8: What was a similarity between the Bill of Rights and the Magna Carta?
A: Both outlined a structure that gave the government the right to tax its citizens.
B: Both established a detailed justice system.
C:Both provided guidelines for ensuring basic citizen rights. ***
D: Both were based on the premise that the states should have more power.

9: What presidential power under the Constitution led the Antifederalists to urge for a Bill of Rights?
A: veto power over acts of Congress
B: military power, as commander-in-chief
C: the power to carry out the laws passed by Congress ***
D: the power to declare states of emergency without consulting Congress

10: Who was responsible for writing the amendments that later became the Bill of Rights?
A: George Washington
B: Patrick Henry
C: George Mason
D: James Madison ***

11: What was the importance of the inclusion of the Bill of Rights in the Constitution?
A: It limited the power and controls of the government.
B: It guaranteed the protection of basic rights. ***
C: It improved U.S. relations with the British monarchy.
D: It proposed a system of checks and balances.

12: Explain how the civic virtues of the ancient Romans inspired the Founding Fathers’ vision of how citizens should conduct themselves in the United States.
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asked by Anonymous
  1. Your answers are all good. Double-check #9, though. I think there is a better answer.

    For your essay question, google the responsibilities of citizens in the Roman republic. Also, note that the Roman republic was a REPUBLIC, and so is the USA. Any ideas there?

    posted by Reed
  2. Ok! Thank you for the help! :D

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  3. everything is correct, other than what Reed said. number 9 is A, not C. great job!

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  4. 1.c
    2.a
    3.b
    4.b
    5.a,c
    6.c
    7.d
    8.c
    9.a
    10.d
    11.b
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