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A NEW NATION!!!!!!

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Emily Garcia

on 4 November 2014

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Transcript of A NEW NATION!!!!!!

Shows how National Government had no control and needed to change
Federalists vs. Anti-Federalists
Philadelphia 1787
We the People...
Shay's Rebellion
Founding Fathers Call for a Constitutional Convention
Ratification!!!
Who Was There
The Constitutional Plans
The Arguments for and against the Constitution
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Thursday, March 1, 1781
Vol XCIII, No. 311
#AOC Strengths & Weaknesses
Our 1st Government: Articles of Confederation
The Compromise
Adding The Bill of Rights
What it Did Weaknesses

The Anti-Federalists agreed to approve the Constitution as long it was amended to add a Bill of Rights.
A NEW NATION!!!!!!
Unicameral (1 House) Congress
States Retain Sovereignty
1 Vote per State
League of Friendship
Between the States
Weak Central Government
Boundary Disputes (NW Ordinance)
No $
No Respect
Quarreling States
Alexander Hamilton
James Madison
George Washington
George Mason
Benjamin Franklin
Virginia Plan - favored large states
New Jersey Plan - favored small states
Great Compromise - our current system
3/5 Compromise - the issue of slavery
Federalists
Vs.
Anti-Federalists
Alexander Hamilton
James Madison
Wanted a Strong Central Government
Patrick Henry
George Mason
Wanted a Bill of Rights
Wanted State Power
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