Chapter 9 Outline

Notes Format Chapter 9- This is a regular credit assignment.

Remember to provide details and explain the significance of people and events.

Due Monday, September 13– Terms check that day as well!

I. What were the main features of the various State Constitutions?
A. Republicanism
B. Fundamental Law
C. Egalitarianism
—1. Society of Cincinnati
D. Bills of Rights

II. Analyze the problems faced under the Articles of Confederation.
A. Strengths
–1. Land Ordinance of 1785
–2. Northwest Ordinance of 1787
B. Weaknesses
–1. Economic
–2. Diplomatic
—-Don’t forget the pirates!
–3. Shays’ Rebellion
–4. Weak central govt
–5. States’ rights
C. Annapolis Convention
D. Philadelphia Convention
–1. Approved purpose
–2. Real purpose
E. The “Demigods”
–1. Madison
–2. Hamilton

III. What controversies had to be overcome in adopting the Constitution?
A. Attitudes toward democracy
–1. Conservatism
–2. Civic virtue
–3. Republican motherhood
–4. Fear of mobocracy
–5. What are the undemocratic features of the Constitution?
B. Plans and Compromises
–1. VA (lg state)
–2. NJ (sm state)
–3. Great Compromise
–4. 3/5 Compromise

IV. Describe the two factions that emerge during the controversy over the Constitution.
A. Federalists
–1. Basic reasoning
–2. Briefly list some famous Federalists
–3. Federalist Papers
B. Anti-Federalists
–1. Basic reasoning
–2. Briefly list some famous Anti-Federalists
C. Struggle for Ratification
D. Was this the start of political parties? (answer not in book -do some research)

6 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by volleyball08 on September 10, 2006 at 5:27 pm

    do we still have a quiz over ch.8 and 9 even though outlines arent due until friday ?

  2. Posted by violinrulz on September 10, 2006 at 7:57 pm

    i think so

  3. Posted by Jenn on September 12, 2006 at 9:01 pm

    Does anybody know what the Fundamental Law or Egalitananism is, from the outline? I couldn’t find it…

  4. Posted by swimergrl on September 13, 2008 at 11:02 am

    I thought that the outlines were due Tuesday. Egalitarianism meant they believed everyone was equal.

  5. Posted by caitlyn on September 13, 2008 at 9:08 pm

    the question from Jenn is from 2006…i don’t think she’s going to get it.
    and they are due on Monday.

  6. Posted by Mi^2Coin4 on September 15, 2008 at 7:54 pm

    lol, y would something from ’06 still be on here? and only chpt 8 notes are due on monday. chapter 9 is due tuesday.

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