8.What was the most divisive issue in state politics in 1785 in the United States?a.What to do with the captured Hessian soldiersb.Who got the new lands surrendered by England after the warc.Establishing a new government in the area east of the Mississippid.What to do about the printing of paper moneye.How to reform the Articles of Confederation9.When the Confederation Congress called for a new convention in 1787 they did so with the stated purpose of3
10.What was nota reason some called for strengthening the federal government in the 1780s?11.According to your textbook, one of the most painful lessons of the time under the Articles of Confederation was that the states must12.The concept of dividing the authority of a government between two sets of powers that was unique to the United States is calleda.Unitarianism.b.Totalitarianism.c.Federalism.d.Democracy.e.Republicanism.4
13.The new government created ____ of co-equal branches of government.14.Which of the following suggested a unicameral legislature to be adopted in the United States?15.What does the author of the textbook state as the most important principle of the Constitution?16.In case of a chief executive committing an action that was considered treason, bribery, or a high crime and misdemeanor, what was the House of Representatives charged with doing?5
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