Mr. Kohl

Government

Chapter 2

 

Section 1 (p. 28)

 

I.                     Basic Concepts

A.      3 major ideas

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II.                   Landmark English Documents

 

A.      Magna Carta

 

B.       Petition of Right

 

C.       English Bill of Rights

 

III.                 Government in Colonies

 

A.      Types of colonies

1.

 

2.

 

3.

 

Section 2 (p. 34)

 

I.                     Royal Control

A.      Britain

 

B.       Change

 

C.       Reaction

 

II.                   Unity in Colonies

A.      New England Confederation

 

B.       Albany Plan

 

C.       Stamp Act

 

D.      Problems increase

 

 

 

III.                 First Continental Congress

 

A.      Intolerable Acts

 

IV.                 Second Continental Congress

 

A.      British reaction

 

B.       President of Congress

 

C.       Declaration of Independence

 

V.                   First state governments

 

VI.                 Common features of new states

1.

 

2.

 

3.

 

Section 3 (p. 44)

I.                     First National Constitution

 

A.      Articles of Confederation

 

B.       Structure

 

C.       Powers of Congress

 

D.      State Obligations

 

E.       Weaknesses

 

F.       1780ís

G.       Mount Vernon

 

Section 4 (p. 48)

I.Framers

 

II.                   Organization

 

III.                 Decision

 

IV.                 Virginia Plan

A.      Reaction

 

V.                   New Jersey Plan

 

VI.                 Bundle of Compromises

 

VII.               September 17, 1787

 

Section 5 (p. 56)

I.                     Ratification

A.      Federalists

 

B.       Anti-federalists

 

C.       Ratification

II.                   Inauguration of New Government