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Test 1 Part 1 of 2

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Test 1 Part 1 of 2 Pols 201 002

Cece Hodge
LA Tech
Amer Pols Inst
Dr. Laura Fleming

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Because we don't finish with notes until two days before the test, the second half of the study guide will be added on Tuesday, September 22, 2015, after class.
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Date Created: 09/18/15
Politcal Science Study Guide First Test 92415 1 What centuries did the Age of Enlightenment stretch through lateearly00 late early00 a early 1600 s to early 1700 s b late 1600 s to early 1700 s 0 late 1600 s to late 1700 s d early 1600 s to late 1700 s 2 List five reasons discussed in class on notes that we have government 3 What did Dr John Locke begin with during his thought experiment a State of Law b Rules of Nature 0 Law of Nature d State of Nature FILL IN THE BLANK 4 Regarding the good news about the first topic of his thought experiment in the State of Nature people are F and E 5 The State of Nature is governed by natural law which says D N H 6 Problems with the State of Nature include list two topics 7 Thus the State of Nature is U and U 8 According to Dr John Locke the solution to the State of Nature is G 9 In the democratic government the people trade some of their for security You then accept the which means that the needs of the majority overrules the needs of the few whether you disagree or not 10 After 911 the NSA began conducting of suspected terrorists which is an example for trading liberty for security 11 State two ways that John Locke and other Enlightenment Philosophers heavily influenced the Founders 12 What are the positives and negatives of Freedom a government aid such as health care and government absence b opportunity such as helping oppressed groups and everyone is treated the same before the law c opportunity such as helping the oppressed groups and government absence d government aid such as health care and everyone is treated the same before the law 13 How was the Articles of Confederation described relating the national government to the states a League of Friendships b Companionship of Mutuals c Barbary Aids d United States of America 14 What issues were still standing in the way after the Articles of Confederation failed List ALL 3 15 How was the national government under the threat of domestic unrest List ALL 4 16 Who was the leader of Shays Rebellion a Captain Daniel Shays b Lieutenant Morty Smith c Sergeant Patrick Henry d Future President James Madison 17 was a vocal AntiFederalist whose famous quote is as followed Give me liberty or give me death 18 What year was the Constitutional Convention held in Pennsylvania a1812 b 1776 c 1777 d1778 19 Who was known as the Father of the Constitution a George Washington b Thomas Jefferson c James Madison d George Hancock 20 Our government is a which means we elect people who make decisions for us A is not practical for a large country such as the United States of America


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