Select one main concern of the Anti-federalists. Did the Federalist and/or the Constitution
address (or resolve) that concern?
When the 55 men came to order and created a new system of government, known as the
constitution, the Anti-federalists were prett
Outlawed words and phrases: indicators of Grammar, word usage,
& all around red flags of underdeveloped vocabulary
Being able (ability)
United States History I
18 December 2016
Entry 1: The early New England textile mills depended mostly on child and female labor. This by
far was the first time that a significant bulk of women left home to go work in the pub
What was the most significant theme or idea dividing the sides during the 1850s?
During the 1850s the most significant idea that divided the sides was liberalism, the idea
of maximum civil liberty and economic opportunity for each individual (Gorn, 207).
What middle-class value or ideal was accepted by women who were not middle class and/or
During the middle to late 1800s northern, middle-class women were seen much different
than women of the south and of different races. In a typical northern home
Final Exam Review!
1. Why did the second Great Awakening have a significant impact on the northern middle
a. Second Great awakening- the celebration of personal self-improvement, selfreliance, and self-determination. Stressed the right of private j
1) Constitution represented in 1780 beliefs
Republicanism Literally means a government without a king - Government must have
the consent and support of the people.
o Republicanism has a spectrum: Aristocratic- Egalitarian
Aristocratic- believed rich/wea
Lecture 11: The constitution
republicanism (only capitalized when there is a republican party)
a. Government must have the consent and support of the people.
b. Democracy-majority rules/quality of votes.
c. Republican virtue-Citizens must do whats best
Lecture 2: Native-European Contact
Columbian Exchange: When goods are brought from Americas to Europe, and vice
versa, to change the way people eat and do things. This, in exchange, brought diseases and wiped
large amounts of people.
What was the primary cause of the problems faced by the Jamestown settlers?
The primary cause of the problems faced by the Jamestown settlers seemed to be death
from foreign diseases and starvation. In Document 5 Discourse, George Percy describes the
What was the most significant way that Massachusetts Bay differed from the early Chesapeake?
The most significant way that Massachusetts Bay differed from the early Chesapeake was
the way people were looking at religion and the way communities were evolvi
What part of economic growth produced the most national pride in the early nineteenth century?
In the early nineteenth century, many aspects of transportation and communication
produced the most national pride in economic growth. As more and more people s
What was the primary difference between African Americans understanding of Christianity and
The whites understanding of Christianity was almost total opposite of the blacks
understanding, although they had the same basic belief of Go
Background: Compulsive hoarding disorder is a persistent difficulty discarding or parting with
possessions because of a perceived need to save them.
Thesis: Hoarding disorder is triggered by a variety of events. It takes a toll on families