John Langdon- New Hampshire (Pro-Administration)
John Langdon, as governor of New Hampshire from 1805 to 1811 and having sat in U.S.
State Senate from 1789 to 1801, had very strong ideas about the different topics, although he did
Q: TWE and in what ways did the foreign and domestic policies of Gerald Ford influence the
development of the United States as a hegemon during the cold war?
Hegemony: 1) Acknowledged leadership of one country, who influences and dominates global
1. What caused him to be a revolutionary?
Seeing the defensive position that colonists were forced to take against British violence
convinced him of the revolutionary cause. With the coming of the troops after 1768 came the
abuse of the la
1. What are the crimes Mrs. Hutchinson is being accused of?
Hutchinsons practices and beliefs were deemed by the colony to threaten the security
and stability of church and commonwealth. She is accused of having meetings and s
Colonial Dissent (Debate)
Should colonial society prioritize the need to protect itself over the need for tolerance?
Argument in Favor of Security
A society that values safety over tolerance is best suited to provide peace of mind and
APUSH - STEIKER
DEVELOPING A NATIONAL GOVERNMENT
A CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION
How powerful should the national government be?
This mock ratification convention will debate federal versus state power in the efforts to ratif
During the 17th century, groups of people of English origin settled along the eastern coast
of present-day United States. From the beginning, conflicting interests and cultures between
settlers in the Chesapeake colonies and the New England colonies creat