Basic Ideas of Government
Federalists and Anti-Federalists
Federalists and Anti-Federalists 2
The Plans
Electing a President

100

How many basic ideas of government were there?
What is 7

100

In favor of a national bank
What is Federalist

100

Policies were favorable to farmers, artisans, and skilled workers
What is Anti-Federalists

100

This plan was a bicameral legislature based on population
What is Virginia Plan

100

What was a "president"?
What is a single person that was the head of the executive branch

200

Social Contract: the peoples agreement to form a government to protect their natural rights was what number of the basic ideas of government?
What is number two

200

James Madison, John Jay, and Alexander Hamilton
What is Federalists

200

Strong central government
What is Federalists

200

This Plan was an unicameral legislature based upon equality
What is New Jersey

200

Who had the power to impeach?
What is congress

300

Natural Rights and Higher Law: the purpose of government is to protect the rights of citizens to life, liberty, and property was what number of basic ideas of government?
What is number one

300

Favored ratification of the constitution
What is Federalists

300

Not in favor of ratifying the Constitution
What is anti-federalists

300

This plan was an unicameral legislature based upon financial contribution.
What is Dickinson's Plan

300

Did the people elect the president?
What is No

400

Popular Sovereignty: people are the highest authority was what number of basic ideas of government?
What is number 3

400

Limited national government
What is anti-federalists

400

True of False: Patrick Henry was a federalist
What is False

400

This plan was a monarchy
What is Hamilton's Plan

400

Who elected the president?
What is the electoral college

500

Who agreed on a number of basic ideas of government?
What is the framers

500

George Mason, Patrick Henry, Richard Henry Lee
What is anti-federalists

500

True or False: Some anti-federalists still signed the Constitution?
What is True

500

This plan had an executive branch that was elected by congress and would serve a single term and could be recalled by State governors.
What is New Jersey Plan

500

Who formed the Electoral College?
What is electors