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Key Documents in the Creation of the U.S. Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. The Mayflower Compact was written in the style of:

Question 2 2. A Social Contract could best be described as

Question 3 3. An agreement, or contract, that people agree to is called

Question 4 4. The Pilgrims left England in 1620 to find:

Question 5 5. The Mayflower Compact was written while anchored off of current day:

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Question 6 6. Who is considered the 'Father of Classical Liberalism'?

Question 7 7. The Glorious Revolution led to the passage of which document in 1689?

Question 8 8. When was the Declaration of Independence adopted?

Question 9 9. What year was the Magna Carta signed?

Question 10 10. Who became King of England following the Glorious Revolution?

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Question 11 11. Article I of the Constitution establishes _____.

Question 12 12. Which of the following hypothetical candidates meets the constitutional qualifications for president?

Question 13 13. Under Article III of the Constitution, which situation would the Judicial Branch be concerned with?

Question 14 14. Why is divided government significant to the U.S. political system?

Question 15 15. How can a proposition to amend the Constitution legally be accomplished?

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Question 16 16. Why did the founders feel the need to replace the Articles of the Confederation?

Question 17 17. Why were some people opposed to ratifying the Constitution?

Question 18 18. In what way are the Federalist Papers still significant today?

Question 19 19. Which of these events are in a chronological order?

Question 20 20. Why do we not know the true authorship of 12 of the Federalist Papers?

Key Documents in the Creation of the U.S. Chapter Exam Instructions

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