Exam 2 Study Guide
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Mr. Overfelt | Exam II 1. We know much about the Constitutional Convention because this man left behind detailed notes from his time as secretary at the Convention. James Madison 2. This rebellion in 1786 in Massachusetts forced the leaders of our young nation to attempt a change of the Articles of Confederation: Shay’s Rebellion 3. Which two influential men did not attend the Constitutional Convention? Thomas Jefferson and John Adams 4. The men who attended the Convention were wealthy, white and for the most part ____. Well Educated 5. This plan called for a two house legislature and representation based on population? Virginia Plan 6. This plan called for a one house legislature and equal representation? New Jersey Plan 7. The framers of the Constitution did not trust the regular voters to choose the president so they created the: Electoral College 8. The sharing of powers between the federal and state government is known as: Federalism 9. What did Pierre Charles L’Enfant design? Washington D.C. 10. Most Americans _________ the French Revolution? Opposed 11. Hamilton’s plan for the U.S. was centered around a strong _____ and ______. Commercial & Military 12. For Hamilton’s plan to work it was centered around what country? Britain 13. What made the Whiskey Rebellion Unique in regards to Washington? Washington led over 13,000 Militia to dispatch the rebellion. He is the only president to actually be out commanding on the battle field while in office. 14. What does Marbury v. Madison give us? Established the power of judicial review relative to federal law. 15. Who led Lewis and Clark on their voyage of discovery? President Thomas Jefferson 16. The nation was deeply divided going into what war in 1812? The War of 1812, against Britain again 17. The Federalist Papers were written to convince people of ____. New York to ratify the constitution, as it is, open to interpretation.