History1301_Ch7 - Chapter7:TheFirstRepublic 1.

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Chapter 7: The First Republic  1. Regarding trade between Britain and the United States between 1783 and  1789, it is true that: America imported more from Britain. 2. The Land Ordinance of 1785 encouraged a certain type of settler by: requiring a minimum purchase of 640 acres. 3. Overall, state constitutions did all of the following, EXCEPT: strengthen the executive relative to the legislature. 4. James Madison argued that a large, diverse republic: offered the best hope for safeguarding individual rights. 5. Most members of the national elite at the Constitutional Convention  believed that enlightened self-interest was better for the nation than the  revolutionary ideal of: disinterested virtue. 6. The Jay-Gardoqui Treaty: was defeated by Southerners. 7. Regarding the regulation of interstate and international commerce, the  Constitution deems that: the national government has the sole power of such regulation. 8. The New Jersey Plan: was the basis for voting in the Senate. 9. The two main leaders who called for a Constitutional Convention were  James Madison and: Alexander Hamilton. 10. The American economy in the mid-1780s was: in a depression. 11. Effects of the Revolution on women included all of the following EXCEPT:
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the banning of the sale of black female slaves.  
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This note was uploaded on 05/30/2011 for the course HIST 1301 taught by Professor Powers during the Summer '08 term at Lone Star College.

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History1301_Ch7 - Chapter7:TheFirstRepublic 1.

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