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What is congress had no power to settle conflict between states, government was not able to collect taxes, and each state printed their own money?
This is the reason why the Articles of Confederation failed as a basis of government.

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What are House of Representatives and the Senate?
The U.S. Congress is divided into these two groups.

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What is it depends on the population of each state?
This is the amount of seats each state has in the House of Representatives.

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What is writes, debates, and passes bills?
This is what the Legislative branch does.

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What is executes/carries out laws, suggests laws to Legislature, appoints justices to courts, Commander in Chief of United States armed forces?
This is what the Executive branch does.

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What is decides whether laws are being carried out fairly?
This is what the Judicial branch does.

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What is He wanted advisors to help him govern the country?
This is the reason why President Washington decided to create a Cabinet.

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What is to guarantee that no one branch of government becomes more powerful than the others?
This is the reason the authors of the Constitution included a system of checks and balances.

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What is Privacy?
"The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated...."-4th Amendment. This is the right that is protected by amendment 4.

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What is Constitution?
This defined the structure of new government.

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What is Declaration of Independence?
This gave us life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

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What is Articles of Confederation?
This was our first, weak form of government.

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What is Bill of Rights?
This added to the Constitution to protect citizens' basic rights.

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Who is Alexander Hamilton?
I served as George Washington's Secretary of Treasury and was the leader of the Federalist Party.

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Who is George Washington?
I was Commander of the Continental Army and was elected as the first President of the United States.

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Who is James Madison?
I was the major author of the Constitution, who wrote the amendments that became the Bill of Rights, and was the fourth President of the United States.

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Who is John Marshall?
I was appointed as the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court by President Adams and helped strengthened the role of the Supreme Court in the federal government.

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Who is John Adams?
I helped create allliances and the Peace of Paris Treaty for the Revolutionary War and was elected as the first Vice President of the United States.

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Who is Thomas Jefferson?
I was the author of the Declaration of Independence, the leader of the Democratic-Republican Party, and the third leader President of the United States.

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What is a political party?
Similar ideas about how the government should be run describes this.

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What is Thomas Jefferson's Democratic-Republican Party?
Owners of small farms were most likely to support this political party.

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What are Merchants?
This group of people were most likely to support Alexander Hamilton's Federalist party.

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What is following rules and laws of the government, voting in elections, paying income taxes, and serving on a jury for trials?
These are responsibilities we have as citizens of the United States.

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What is false?
True or False. A democratic government is where the richest people are the leadesr.

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What is true?
True or False. The Supreme Court is the highest and most powerful court in the United States.

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