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H. The only state to allow a direct vote on the ConstitutionI. Frustrated foreign affairs secretary under the Articles; oneof the three authors of The FederalistJ. Legislation that provided for the orderly transformation ofwestern territories into states___ 5. Benjamin Franklin___ 6. Daniel Shays___ 7. George Washington___ 8. James Madison___ 9.Federalists___ 10. Anti-federalists
Kennedy Ch. 9 Homework PacketPage 6___ 11. Patrick Henry___ 12. Alexander Hamilton___ 13. John Jay___ 14. Massachusetts___ 15. New YorkK. First of key states where federalists won by a narrowmargin, overcoming the opposition of anti-federalist SamAdams.L. Virginia anti-federalist leader who thought the Constitutionspelled the end of liberty and equalityM. Unanimously elected chairman of the secret convention of“demi-gods”N. Young new Yorker who argued eloquently for theConstitution even though he favored a still strongercentral governmentO. Document that was put into effect 1781, then put out ofbusiness by the ConstitutionE. Matching Cause and EffectMatch the historical cause in the left column with the proper effect in the right column by writing thecorrect letter on the blank line.CauseEffect___1. The American RevolutionA. Forced acceptance of the “Three-FifthsCompromise,” counting each slave as three-fifths of a person for purpose of representation___2. Agreement among states to give upB. Made federalists promise to add a bill of rightswestern land claimsto the Constitution___3. The weakness of the articles ofC. Nearly bankrupted the national government andconfederationinvited assaults on American interests byforeign powers___4. Shays’ RebellionD. Laid the basis for the Virginia Statute forReligious Freedom and the separation of churchand stateE. Brought about somewhat greater social and___5. The conflict in the Constitutionaleconomic equality and the virtual end of slaveryConvention between large and smallstatesin the NorthF. Finally brought New York to ratify the___6. The North-South conflict in theConstitutional Convention over countingConstitution by a narrow marginslaves for representation___7. A meeting in Annapolis to discussG. Issued a call to Congress for a specialrevising the Articles of Confederation.convention to revise Articles of Confederation___8. Anti-Federalist fears that theH. Forced adoption of the “Great Compromise,”Constitution would destroy libertieswhich required a bicameral legislature with twodifferent bases of representation___9. The Federalist and fears that New YorkI. Scared conservatives and made themwould be left out of the Uniondetermined to strengthen the centralgovernment against debtors.___ 10. The disestablishment of the AnglicanJ. Made possible the approval of the Articles ofChurchConfederation and the passage of two importantlaws governing western lands

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