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Study 39 Terms | Creating a Government Flashcards

Study 39 Terms | Creating a Government Flashcards | Quizlet

 

principle that aims at keeping the government’s power small dividing power and holding government officials to the laws.
process of limiting the powers of each branch by giving each branch the power to check to balance them out.
Articles of Confederation: weaknesses
1. No power to tax.
2. No power to raise an army.
3. No national executive or national courts.
Farmers who fought in the Revolutionary War were never paid for their service because the government didn’t have the power to raise taxes to pay them. Tax collectors then asked them to pay their debts.
Shay’s Rebellion: Description
A farmer and veteran named Daniel Shays led a rebellion when several farmers were thrown in jail for not paying their taxes. They stormed a courthouse and an arsenal. Because the government couldn’t raise and army, Massachusetts had to send its
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Roosevelt University

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SSSP: 2019 Membership Survey Results Announced

Five years ago, the Board of Directors voted to conduct a membership survey every five years to assess how well the

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