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Chapter 6 Worksheet 1. Jefferson had himself evaded Britain’s copyright laws by stocking his library at Monticello with pirated books, printed on the cheap in Dublin. 2. A medicine necessary for the sound health of government. 3. Liberty must not become an excuse for license; greater authority must be vested in the central government. 4. He contrasted the virtues of a “great Federal Republic” with the existing system of “petty states with the appearance only of union, jarring, jealous, and preserve.” 5. The most wonderful work ever struck off at a given time by the brain of a man. 6. Even in Europe he had never seen an assembly more respectable for its talents, knowledge, disinterestedness, and patriotism. 7. A time when the greatest lawgivers of antiquity would have wished and happiest government that human wisdom can contrive. 8. There should be a federal system, with both independent state governments and a national government with limited powers to handle matters of common interest. 9. Nothing the convention might recommend was binding on anyone it was essential under the Article of confederation. 10. The right to levy taxes, regulate interstate and foreign commerce was assigned to central government. 11. Of their rights to issue money, to make treaties, and to tax either imports or exports without the permission of Congress. 12. Saw the representation question in terms of combinations of large or small states. 13. The house of representative’s places were to be assigned according to population and filled by popular vote. The senate each state was two have two members, elected by legislature.
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