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Articles $100 The articles failed to provide for an executive and a judicial branch to make this branch of government most powerful.
Articles $200 One of the greatest achievements of the Articles was devising a way to add states into the future, including Ohio, under this plan.
Articles $300 Farmers revolted against their own country in opposition to taxes showing the need for a national defense.
Articles $400 People with common interest formed these in state legislatures worrying leaders like Madison about the abuses of self- interested politicians.
Articles $500 Loose collection of states such as the old south, the United Nations, The EU and the Organization of African states.
Leaders $100 Led America to victory in the Revolutionary War.
Leaders 200 Helped frame the Virginia Constitution. Felt very strongly with idea of freedom of religion.
Leaders $300 Treasury Secretary that helped write the defense of the Constitution, which was a series of articles that were written for newspapers in New York. Those articles were later collected and became the Federalists
Leaders $400 At the time of the convention he was 81 years old and sick.
Leaders $500 Governor of Virginia Introduced the Virginia Plan into the Convention.
Virginia Plan $100 Describes the original or stated purpose of the Philadelphia convention.
Virginia Plan $200 This small state wanted equal representation giving its name to the plan at the convention.
Virginia Plan $300 Describes the type of representation described under the Virginia Plan.
Virginia Plan $400 The Virginia plan offered a government that was more representative of the will of the majority describe as this type of government.
Virginia Plan $500 Author of the New Jersey Plan
Executive Branch $100 Length of term of the President
Executive Branch $200 Presidential power that allowed president to release (a person) from punishment or exempt from penalty.
Executive Branch $300 The vested power of the executive branch to refuse approval of laws proposed by the legislature. The vested power of the executive branch to refuse approval of laws proposed by the legislature.
Executive Branch $400 Congressional power to remove the president or federal judges from power.
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Articles $100-Answer What is the Legislature?
Articles $200-Answer What is the Northwest Ordinance of 1787?
Articles $300-Answer What is Shays Rebellion?
Articles $400-Answer What are factions?
CATEGORY 1 - $500 What is a confederacy?
Leaders $100-Answer Who is George Washington?
Government $200-Answer Who is James Madison?
Leaders $300-Answer Who is Alexander Hamilton?
Leaders $400-Answer Who is Ben Franklin?
Leaders $500-Answer Who is Edmund Randolph ?
Virginia Plan $100-Answer What is to amend the Articles of Confederation?
Virginia Plan $200-Answer What is New Jersey?
Virginia Plan $300-Answer What is Proportional Representation?
Virginia $400-Answer What is a Democracy?
Virginia Plan $500-Answer Who is William Patterson?
Executive Branch $100-Answer What is four years?
Executive Branch $200-Answer What is a pardon?
Executive Branch $300-Answer What is a Veto?
Executive Branch $400-Answer What is impeachment?
Executive Branch $500-Answer What are the total number of electors in the electoral college?