A. To respond to critics of the state governments' taxation policies
B. To promote interstate commerce
C. To settle interstate debts
D. To draft a new Constitution
A. 1785
B. 1786
C. 1787
D. 1788
A. An Anti-federalist
B. A Federalist
C. A Republican
D. A member of the Green Party
A. 1790
B. 1793
C. 1795
D. Never
A. Bicameral legislatures
B. Popularly elected executives
C. Property requirements for voting and holding office
D. Equal legislative representation for all towns and counties
A. 1791
B. 1792
C. 1793
D. 1794
A. Through the powers granted to the states
B. By electing only virtuous leaders
C. Through the system of checks and balances
D. Through annual elections for Congressmen and the President
A. 2
B. 10
C. 20
D. 100
A. 1781
B. 1782
C. 1783
D. 1784
A. New England
B. The Mid-Atlantic
C. The South
D. The West
A. Fought in
B. Disapproved of
C. Approved of
D. Financially supported
A. The structure of the executive branch
B. The Structure of the legislative branch
C. The structure of the judicial branch
D. Parking assignments at Independence Hall
A. Rich and poor
B. North and South
C. Whigs and Tories
D. Old and young
A. To overthrow the state government
B. To close county courthouses
C. To barricade the state treasury
D. To drive tax collectors out of western Massachusetts
A. Small states
B. Large states
C. Southern states
D. States with bicameral legislatures
A. In each case, one state vetoed the measures
B. Congressional leaders fearful of drawing comparisons to the British were hesitant to approve such measures
C. The Articles of Confederation failed to stipulate protocol for the levying of taxes
D. None of the above
A. State legislatures
B. Special conventions
C. The people of each state as a whole (popular vote)
D. Congressional representatives
A. He was killed
B. He was elected to the state legislature
C. He was pardoned by the state legislature
D. He was never found
A. The reduction in the powers of the governor
B. The establishment of town councils
C. The reduction of property requirements for voters
D. The abolition of involuntary taxation
A. The alliance organized by Chief Joseph Brant was widely successful in deterring white settlers from entering the wilderness
B. Indian resistance to settlement was easily crushed and Americans quickly populated and industrialized the wilderness
C. The American settlers and Indian tribes worked out a successful deal under which each side ceded some land to the other
D. The Indians resisted American efforts to "civilize" them and clung to their culture and land