US History Multiple Choice Quiz Unit 5/37 - REGENTS ALIGNED

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US History Multiple Choice Quiz Unit 5/37 - REGENTS ALIGNED
US History Multiple Choice Quiz Unit 5/37 - REGENTS ALIGNED
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Land Ordinance of 1785, rectangular land survey system, orderly system of development for the Northwest Territory, the Articles of Confederation, states held most of the power, establish a basic framework of the national government, strong central government would threaten the rights of the people, states had much greater power than the national (federal) government, passage of legislation for a process admitting new states into the Union, guidelines for the admission of new states into the Union, weak central government, fear of kind of rule experienced under the British monarchy, state governments, lack of national executive and judiciary branches, founders of the American republic, fear of strong government, failure to provide adequate power to the central government, national government could not enforce its' laws, Shays' Rebellion, exposed fundamental weaknesses in the Articles of Confederation, convinced Americans of the need for a stronger national government, Northwest Ordinance of 1787, method for the creation of new states in the West, model for later settlement, process for territories to become states, governing western territories
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US History Multiple Choice Quiz Unit 5/37 - REGENTS ALIGNED
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