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20 Cards in this Set

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What branch is Article 1 associated with?
The Legislative Branch
What branch is Article 2 associated with?
The Executive Branch
What branch is Art.3 associated with?
The Judicial Branch
What is Article 4 about?
States relations
What is Article 5 about?
Mode of amendment
What is Article 6 about?
Prior debts, supremacy of Constitution, oaths of office
What is Article 7 about?
The enumerated powers of congress are expressed in what article?
Art. 4 Sec. 8
Who was an elitist who influenced our founding fathers?
Who believed in a rule of law & someone in control (republicanism)?
Who were the naturalist rights philosophers (social contract theorists)?
Thomas Hobbs, John Locke, and Russeau
Who said,'life, liberty, and property'?
Who believed in popular soveriegnhty?
What were the 2 results of the french and indian war?
1. Northwest territories and 2. HUGE debt
What were the defects of the A. of Confederation?
Slavery, tyrany, power, trade, no military.
1 house legislature, each st. got 1 vote, national congress chosen by executive (STATES WITH POWER)
New Jersey Plan?
Create a strong consolidated gov. of 3 branches, 2 house Congress. (PEOPLE W POWER)
Virginia Plan
What led to the Constitution?
Great Compromise
What were the 2 rules of the constitutional convention?
Open debate and absolute secrecy.
Who was the father of the Constitution?