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Hansen American History Bingo Review Names
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Name the five American founding ideals. _opportunity__________liberty______________democracy equality__________ _rights_____________ What feature of Carlos Hechizado made him such a good example for opponents of divine right? ____Mentally and physically handicapped _________________ The Magna Carta and the English Revolution both show that England, had a tradition of ___limited gov.____________ _________________ The Boston Tea Party was a protest against what the colonists saw as unfair new _____taxes__ The 3/5ths compromise solved the problem of how to count slaves when calculating taxes and __counting reps for the House of Representatives________________ (one other thing) Which of the following rights was not guaranteed in the Constitution? Freedom of speech Womens right to vote Freedom of religion Freedom of the press The Louisiana Purchase, the Adams-Onis Treaty, and the Mexican American War are all connected in the fact that they allowed the U.S. to ___expanding U.S. borders_ Did congress or the president eventually win the fight over the course Reconstruction should take? ______ __congress____
Who was the author of the Declaration of Independence? ____Thomas Jefferson_____ The Social __Contract Theory ____says that governments should be created by men who freely give up some rights to a government in return for that governments promise to protect other rights. The revival of religious enthusiasm and the sense that people did not need to blindly follow priests were part of a movement known as the ____the Great Awakening________ Give me one of the reasons the colonists managed to beat the might British Army in the American Revolution? ___home court advantage OR help from the French____ Our government was divided (at the Constitutional Convention) into the legislative branch (aka ___congress__) the executive branch (aka the president) and the judicial branch (aka _the Supreme Court____) Technically, the American people dont select the American president, the ____electoral college ________________ does Gods desire for Americans to spread all the way westward to the Pacific Ocean would best be linked to the vocabulary term _____Manifest Destiny____ The 40 Acres and a Mule plan was designed to help slaves get land to become free and independent. This plan was basically a success/failure (circle one)
Which Enlightenment philosopher was most influential to the author of the Declaration of Independence? ___Locke_ The Enlightenment thinker named Hobbes thought people were basically __bad____, which is why he supported this type of gov. _absolute monarchy _____ This movement (see the question above) contributed to the American Rev. because it convinced colonists that ___they could question authority _ _________ Which type of democracy leads to more fear of mob rule a direct democracy or a republic? (circle one) 9 out of the 13 earliest states had to __ratify__the Constitution for it to become law True/False An American president can be elected with less than half of American voters selecting him or her. The Monroe Doctrine ordered Europeans to leave ___the western hemisphere__________ ________________ alone. Which of the following groups did the most to help blacks gain true independence during Reconst.? The KKK Scalawags Carpetbaggers The Freedmens Bureau
What European movement started a new way of thinking that eventually led to the Scientific Rev. and then to the Enlightenment? ___the Renaissance___ The Enlightenment thinker named Locke thought people were basically _bad________, which is why he supported this type of gov. ____democracy_ Tension rose between the colonists and the British before the A.R. around the question of who would pay for the _____French and Indian War _____War Why? (see the question above) ___ ___the average voter/citizen is not highly educated______ The system of dividing the governments power into that held by the central govt and that held by the state govs is known as ___Federalism _ Of the two possible ways to amend the American Constitution neither has ever been used one has been used both have been used several times It makes economic sense that the South was more interested in slavery, since the southern economy was ___more focused on agriculture___ True/False The 13th, 14th and 15th amendments, which all gave black Americans important protections from discrimination and unequal treatment, were deleted from the Constitution at the end of Reconstruction.
What was the central goal of Enlightenment thinkers in both Europe and America? ___to find the natural laws that would govern society and government___ Describe John Lockes Right of Revolution ____if a govt wasnt protecting peoples natural rights, they had a right to revolt against it___ Before the American Revolution, colonists were angered by the Proclamation of 1763, which took away colonists right to __move to new land in the west____ The Constitutional Convention was called because the Articles of Confederation were seen as too strong/weak (circle one) Federalists/anti Federalists (circle one) supported the Constitution when it was first presented to the country. Two American presidents have been _impeached____, but neither has actually been removed from office in the trial that followed. Lincoln and Johnsons plans for Reconstruction were basically harsh/lenient (circle one) True/False At the end of Reconstruction, American blacks had won most of the rights that American ideals offered all Americans.
What type of governments in Europe were Enlightenment thinkers challenging? ___absolute monarchies___ How did Montesquieu suggest to keep a gov. from getting too powerful? __checks and balances__aka separation of powers_ Before the American Rev. the Quartering Acts angered the colonists. What were these acts? __British soldiers could be housed and supplied by the colonists___ Which house of the legislature set up by the Great Compromise made small states happy? ___senate____ The group you didnt select in the question above only agreed to accept the Constitution once a ____Bill of Rights_________ was added to it. The Judiciary Act of 1789 explained the relationship between the nations federal and state __courts________ (single word answer) The part of the federal govt that rejected Lincoln and Johnsons plans (see the question above) was __congress______ So True!/False If the north and south could have had the privilege of listening to one of Mr. Hs lectures they probably would have kissed and made up before the Civil War started.
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Name the five American founding ideals. _________________ __________________________________ _________________ _________________ What feature of Carlos Hechizado made him such a good example for opponents of divine right? ______ _________________ _________________ The Magna Carta and the English Revolution both show that England, had a tradition of _______________ _________________ The Boston Tea Party was a protest against what the colonists saw as unfair new _______________ The 3/5ths compromise solved the problem of how to count slaves when calculating taxes and __________________ __________________ (one other thing) Which of the following rights was not guaranteed in the Constitution? Freedom of speech Womens right to vote Freedom of religion Freedom of the press The Louisiana Purchase, the Adams-Onis Treaty, and the Mexican American War are all connected in the fact that they allowed the U.S. to _________________ _________________ Did congress or the president eventually win the fight over the course Reconstruction should take? ______ _________________
Who was the author of the Declaration of Independence? __________________________________ The Social _______ ________ says that governments should be created by men who freely give up some rights to a government in return for that governments promise to protect other rights. The revival of religious enthusiasm and the sense that people did not need to blindly follow priests were part of a movement known as the ____________ _______________ Give me one of the reasons the colonists managed to beat the might British Army in the American Revolution? ________________ ________________ Our government was divided (at the Constitutional Convention) into the legislative branch (aka _______________), the executive branch (aka the president) and the judicial branch (aka __________) Technically, the American people dont select the American president, the ________________ ________________ does Gods desire for Americans to spread all the way westward to the Pacific Ocean would best be linked to the vocabulary term __________________ __________________ The 40 Acres and a Mule plan was designed to help slaves get land to become free and independent. This plan was basically a success/failure (circle one)
Which Enlightenment philosopher was most influential to the author of the Declaration of Independence? _________________ The Enlightenment thinker named Hobbes thought people were basically _________, which is why he supported this type of gov. _____________ This movement (see the question above) contributed to the American Rev. because it convinced colonists that ____ _________________ _________________ Which type of democracy leads to more fear of mob rule a direct democracy or a republic? (circle one) 9 out of the 13 earliest states had to ____________ the Constitution for it to become law True/False An American president can be elected with less than half of American voters selecting him or her. The Monroe Doctrine ordered Europeans to leave _____________ ________________ alone. Which of the following groups did the most to help blacks gain true independence during Reconst.? The KKK Scalawags Carpetbaggers The Freedmens Bureau
What European movement started a new way of thinking that eventually led to the Scientific Rev. and then to the Enlightenment? _________________ The Enlightenment thinker named Locke thought people were basically _________, which is why he supported this type of gov. _________________ Tension rose between the colonists and the British before the A.R. around the question of who would pay for the ______________ _________________ War Why? (see the question above) ___ __________________________________ _________________ _________________ The system of dividing the governments power into that held by the central govt and that held by the state govs is known as ___________________ Of the two possible ways to amend the American Constitution neither has ever been used one has been used both have been used several times It makes economic sense that the South was more interested in slavery, since the southern economy was __________________ __________________ True/False The 13th, 14th and 15th amendments, which all gave black Americans important protections from discrimination and unequal treatment, were deleted from the Constitution at the end of Reconstruction.
What was the central goal of Enlightenment thinkers in both Europe and America? _________________ _________________ Describe John Lockes Right of Revolution ________________ ________________ _________________ _________________ Before the American Revolution, colonists were angered by the Proclamation of 1763, which took away colonists right to ____________ ______________ The Constitutional Convention was called because the Articles of Confederation were seen as too strong/weak (circle one) Federalists/anti Federalists (circle one) supported the Constitution when it was first presented to the country. Two American presidents have been __________, but neither has actually been removed from office in the trial that followed. Lincoln and Johnsons plans for Reconstruction were basically harsh/lenient (circle one) True/False At the end of Reconstruction, American blacks had won most of the rights that American ideals offered all Americans.
What type of governments in Europe were Enlightenment thinkers challenging? _________________ _________________ How did Montesquieu suggest to keep a gov. from getting too powerful? ____________________________________ Before the American Rev. the Quartering Acts angered the colonists. What were these acts? _______________ _______________ Which house of the legislature set up by the Great Compromise made small states happy? ______________ ______________ The group you didnt select in the question above only agreed to accept the Constitution once a _____________ was added to it. The Judiciary Act of 1789 explained the relationship between the nations federal and state __________ (single word answer) The part of the federal govt that rejected Lincoln and Johnsons plans (see the question above) was ________ True/False If the north and south could have had the privilege of listening to one of Mr. Hs lectures they probably would have kissed and made up before the Civil War started.
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