Practice Test 1-3 - Claims

Practice Test 1-3 - Claims - from the anti-federalists like...

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EXAM CLAIMS 1. The structural weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation demanded an adjustment and led to the creation of the U.S. Constitution. Evaluate this cause and effect claim. 2. Test the following: Liberty cannot exist without social order. 3. Test: The Bill of Rights was added to the original Constitution due to pressure
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Unformatted text preview: from the anti-federalists like Patrick Henry. 4. Test: The passage of the U.S.A. Patriot Act has compromised our system of checks and balances and thus weakened our security as a nation. 5. Test: A unitary system was rejected by our founding fathers because structurally it grants too much power to the central government....
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