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What was the primary cause of Shays' Rebellion? A. Farmers struggling because of debts B. Fears of slave revolt C. Opposition of the articles on Confederation D. Proposed to reduce taxes on farmers

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What was the primary cause of Shays' Rebellion? A. Farmers struggling because of debts B. Fears of slave revolt C. Opposition of the articles on Confederation D. Proposed to reduce taxes on farmers

A. Farmers struggling because of debts

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All of the following are true about the Virginia Plan EXCEPT... A. Proposed creating a strong federal government B. Proposed three branches C. Proposed that the national legislature have veto power over state laws D. Proposed to reduce taxes on farmers

D. Proposed to reduce taxes on farmers

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How were slaves counted for purposes of proportional representation? A. It was not discussed B. They were not counted C. They were counted fully D. They were counted as three-fifths of a person

D. They were counted as three-fifths of a person

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John Jay's Treaty included all of the following EXCEPT... A. Required Britian to abandon military positions in the Northwest Territory B. Required Britian to compensate American merchants for their losses C. Required the United States to treat Britian as its closest trade partner D. Required an end to the British Navy's policy of impressments

D. Required an end to the British Navy's policy of impressments

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What was the X.Y.Z Affair? A. Scandal that occurred when French diplomats demanded bribes from American officials B. Protest against Jay's Treaty C. Organizing convention for the Federalist Party D. Arrival of the French fleet in the port of Charleston

A. Scandal that occurred when French diplomats demanded bribes from American officials

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The Alien and Sedition Acts allowed all of the following EXCEPT... A. Federal government could deport foreign national, or "aliens", who seemed to pose a national security threat B. Federal government could prosecute anyone found to be speaking or publishing, "false, scandalous, and malicious writing" against the government C. Suspended elections during times of war or quasi war D. They allowed all these things

C. Suspended elections during times of war or quasi war

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What is disestablishment? A. Banning taxation without representation B. ending governmental support of a particular religious denomination C. Requiring national days of prayer D. Requiring office holders to swear an oath of faith

B. ending governmental support of a particular religious denomination

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What was the most important consequence of Marbury v. Madison? A. Established judicial review B. Disgraced the federalist party C. Settled the election of 1800 in favor of Thomas Jefferson D. Created the separation of church and state

A. Established judicial review

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Alexander Hamilton, John Jay, and James Madison wrote __________ to defend the Consitution A. Review of the Consitution B. Federalist Papers C. Notes on the State of Virginia D. Defending Our Consitution

B. Federalist Papers

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What was the first real military struggle faced by the new Constitutional government? A. Bacon's rebellion B. Chroma War C. Whiskey's Rebellion D. Nathan's Revolution

C. Whiskey's Rebellion

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