US HISTORY Unit 3 quiz 1

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Question 1

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Check all that are PROS of Articles of Conferation
Answer
  • No intrusive government
  • It is unicameral
  • No Direct Tax
  • Won the war
  • Negotiated Treaty of Paris
  • Established United States
  • Organized Territories West of Appalachians
  • Established a national policy for sale of public lands
  • 9 out of 13 votes required to pass Legislation
  • Helped pay war debts

Question 2

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Check all that are CONS of Articles of Confederation
Answer
  • No intrusive government
  • Sets precedent for admission to Union as equal states
  • It is unicameral
  • 1 vote per state = 13 votes
  • 2 votes per state= 26 votes
  • No direct tax and no direct army
  • no control of interstate trade
  • no control of international trade
  • 9 out of 13 votes required to pass legislation
  • Votes must be unanimous

Question 3

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Pro-Articles were small farmers, city workers, and frontiersmen
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  • True
  • False

Question 4

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Anti- Articles were the [blank_start]propertied class[blank_end], [blank_start]business group[blank_end], [blank_start]veterans[blank_end], and [blank_start]western farmers[blank_end].
Answer
  • western farmers
  • business group
  • veterans
  • propertied class

Question 5

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The Nationalists didn't trust whom?
Answer
  • Colonists
  • Resistances
  • Ignorant Masses
  • Natives

Question 6

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The Nationalists feared that the National Government was [blank_start]weak[blank_end].
Answer
  • weak

Question 7

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Shay's Rebellion was about...
Answer
  • the heavy taxes on farmers that caused a successful rebellion by Daniel Shay
  • the refusal of government intervention due to heavy taxes in Massachusetts. Failed Rebellion by Daniel Shay
  • the disagreement between boundaries of colonies. Government sends troops to seize all property but rebellion led by Daniel Shay is victorious
  • the alliance with natives to overthrow corrupt government led by Daniel Shay

Question 8

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The [blank_start]Conventional Convention[blank_end] at Philadelphia in [blank_start]1787[blank_end] was a call to revise the Articles. Most of the representatives were [blank_start]absent[blank_end].
Answer
  • Conventional Convention
  • 1787
  • absent

Question 9

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According to Points of Agreement on the Articles, Government powers should include the ability to [blank_start]levy taxes[blank_end], [blank_start]raise arm[blank_end], and [blank_start]protect property[blank_end].
Answer
  • levy taxes
  • raise arm
  • protect property

Question 10

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Virginia Plan favors states with small population.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 11

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New Jersey plan favors small population.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 12

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Bicameral Legislation ...
Answer
  • Lower house representatives elected in proportion to state population while upper house elected without regard to state population
  • Upper house representatives elected in proportion to state population while lower house elected without regard to state population
  • Lower house representatives elected non-proportional to state population while upper house elected without regard to state population

Question 13

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Bicameral Legislature picks executive branch. The executive branch then picks the judicial branch
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 14

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Unicameral Legislation picks execute and judicial officers
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 15

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Unicameral legislation ...
Answer
  • two houses with all states represented equally
  • one house that separates states
  • one house with all states represented equally
  • two houses that separates states

Question 16

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Each states gets two senators.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 17

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3/5 Compromise
Answer
  • Each slave does not count as a vote
  • Each slave counts as 3/5 of a person for representation and taxation
  • 3 out of 5 slaves count as one vote for representation and taxation.

Question 18

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Federalists were [blank_start]property owners[blank_end] and [blank_start]businessmen[blank_end].
Answer
  • property owners
  • businessmen

Question 19

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Government should, according to federalists, ..
Answer
  • maintain law and order
  • decrease amount of economic prosperity
  • command disrespect to other nations
  • further economic prosperity
  • command respect abroad
  • convert to tyrannic government

Question 20

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The Bill of Rights was passed as 10 amendments to protect civil rights for the states.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 21

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Procedure for indirectly electing President 1) [blank_start]States choose electors[blank_end], who choose President 2) Number of electors [blank_start]determined by population[blank_end]
Answer
  • States choose electors
  • determined by population

Question 22

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Each state government must ratify, not represent.
Answer
  • Less populous states ratified slowly, More populous states ratified quickly
  • Both populous states ratified quickly
  • More populous ratified slowly, Less populous states ratified quickly

Question 23

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Reasons for Federalist Victory
Answer
  • influential supporters like Washington and Franklin
  • The anti-Federalists Papers
  • Federalists papers - essays in newspapers
  • More qualified Votes
  • Has superior numbers in population

Question 24

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Constitution of United States- Set up [blank_start]dual[blank_end] system of government; powers divided between [blank_start]state[blank_end] and [blank_start]central[blank_end] government
Answer
  • dual
  • state
  • central

Question 25

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[blank_start]Enumerated Powers[blank_end]- specifically given to National Government by Constitution [blank_start]Reserved Powers[blank_end]- any powers not specifically given to National Government [blank_start]Concurrent Powers[blank_end]- exercised by both State and National Government
Answer
  • Enumerated Powers
  • Concurrent Powers
  • Reserved Powers
  • Reserved Powers
  • Concurrent Powers
  • Enumerated Powers
  • Concurrent Powers
  • Enumerated Powers
  • Reserved Powers
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