the two constitutional conventions who were the two men we discussed as key

The two constitutional conventions who were the two

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quickly dissatisfied with the Articles of Confederation and why?; the two constitutional conventions; who were the two men we discussed as key players in bringing about the Constitutional Convention; what tactics did the framers use a) to bring about the convention and b) to manage the convention?; Great Compromise, 3/5 Compromise; New Jersey Plan; Virginia Plan; who were the two men recruited as symboli c leaders of the push for a new constitution?; what does “reconciling the irreconcilable” mean? What did they reconcile?; direct democracy vs. representative democracy; vertical and horizontal division of the power to govern; the “consequence” of the Con stitution is slow, inefficient government; SISP; checks and balances; Federalist 10 (explanation of the dangers of faction and the solutions to those dangers geography and representative government); Federalist 51 (double security against tyranny); federalism; events in the 20 th century which caused the federal govt. to grow; constitutional clauses favoring the federal government; implied vs. expressed powers in the Constitution; constitutional clauses favoring the state governments; McCulloch vs. Maryland; Gibbons v. Ogden; John Marshall; nullification; Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions; advantages and disadvantages of federalism; devolution through policymaking and by the courts; Missouri Constitution (history, free state admitted at the same time as Missouri, how it is reviewed, initiative and referendum, major articles of current constitution, its length versus US Constitution, holders of statewide offices in Missouri); B. Reading American Government Textbook : In the Declaration of Independence, what country is accused of injuring the colonists?; when may a people seek to overthrow their government?; what are the examples of natural law in the Declaration?
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