Explain how the US Constitution was ratified The bill of rights George

Explain how the us constitution was ratified the bill

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Explain how the U.S. Constitution was ratified. The bill of rights. George Washington suggested it. Bill of rights consisted of 10 amendments. After the new constitution is ratified. 2. What was the chief obstacle to the adoption of the Constitution by the states ? There was no guarantee. No bill of rights 3. How long did it take for the Bill of Rights to be ratified after the Constitution was passed? 2 yrs Page 11 of 50
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Study Guide Survey of United States Government and Constitution 4. Explain the two stages of the formal amendment process: Proposal Stage: Ratification Stage: Supplemental Resource: The Constitution of the United States video For or a closer look at the United States Constitution watch “ The Constitution of the United States . ” This video was created by one of the course mentors. The transcript for this video can be accessed here: The Constitution of the United States Transcript . For additional practice, you can also complete The Constitution of the United States Knowledge Check to assess your learning. Supplemental Resource: Core Constitutional Principles video For a closer look at the key principles found in the United States Constitution watch “ Core Constitutional Principles .” This video was created by one of the course mentors. The transcript for this video can be accessed here: Core Constitutional Principles Transcript . For additional practice, you can also complete the Core Constitutional Principles Knowledge Check to assess your learning. For additional information, please attend one of our live cohort sessions. If you feel you still need and would like further assistance, please contact the course mentor. __________________________________________________________________________________ Chapter 4: Federalism __________________________________________________________________________________ Mentor Note: In Chapter 3, you learned about two constitutional clauses that address the power of the national government, the Necessary and Proper Clause (Article 1) and the Supremacy Clause (Article 6). Article 4 includes two clauses that address the states. The Full Faith and Credit Clause says that the judicial acts and criminal warrants of each state are honored in all other states, while the Privileges and Immunities Clause forbids discrimination against citizens of one state by another state. Section 4.1- Theories and Metaphors Answer the following questions: 1. Define federalism: Federalism is the division of power between a central government and regional governments Page 12 of 50
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Study Guide Survey of United States Government and Constitution 2. Define dual federalism (1787 to 1930s): govt and state were seprate. There is a hard defined line between them and they do not mix. Based on Tension. Federal govt had very limited powers and states had very strong reserved powers. Ex zoning, business regulations, state budget, taxes. States rights. 3. Circle, highlight, or check the primary importance under dual federalism: national rights states’ rights 4. Which amendment says that the powers not delegated to the United States nor prohibited to the states, are “reserved to the States respectively, or to the people?” In other words, which amendment protects other powers for the states?
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