The American Constitution (pt. 2)

The American Constitution (pt. 2) - I wonder where my...

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“I wonder where my brother gone?” Annie Grace Horn Dodson, Smithsonian Folkways Records Wonder where will I lie down? In some lonesome place, Lord Down under ground Wonder where is my brother gone? Wonder where’s my brother John? He is gone to Jerusalem Ain’t comin’ no more Wonder where will I lie down? Wonder where will I lie down? In some lonesome place, Lord Down under ground
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Wednesday, October 18 •1 st Midterm exam: – Wednesday, October 18 th will have a $5 late fee – Thursday, October 19 th will have a $7 late fee • Must have the test IN hand by 11am • Be aware the Review Room is closed October 16-19 because of the midterm.
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The American Constitution Part II
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The Constitutional Convention of 1787
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“There has not been before or since so large a group of talented, able ,and dedicated men as those whom we call the Founding Fathers of this nation.”--Gordon B. Hinckley
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Absent but influential Thomas Jefferson John Adams
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Purpose of the Constitution: z To form a more perfect union z Establish justice z Ensure domestic tranquility z Provide for the common defense z Promote the general welfare z Secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity -- The Preamble
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The Need for Compromise z Representation z Slavery
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The Virginia Plan z Proposed by VA gov. Edmund Randolph z Strong, central government z Bicameral legislature z Proportional representation
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The New Jersey Plan z Proposed by William Paterson z Single-house Congress, all states equally represented
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This note was uploaded on 07/14/2011 for the course AM ST 101 taught by Professor Smith during the Fall '04 term at BYU.

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