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<ul><li><p>2 Guided Reading and Review Chapter 0, Section 0</p><p>Section 1 Guided Reading and ReviewGovernment and the State</p><p>NAME CLASS DATE</p><p>1CHAPTER</p><p>2 Guided Reading and Review Chapter 1, Section 1</p><p>A. As You ReadAs you read Section 1, fill in the answers to the following questions.</p><p>1. What are the four characteristics of a state?</p><p>a. __________________________________________________________________</p><p>b. __________________________________________________________________</p><p>c. __________________________________________________________________</p><p>d. __________________________________________________________________</p><p>2. What are the four theories of the origins of a state?</p><p>a. __________________________________________________________________</p><p>b. __________________________________________________________________</p><p>c. __________________________________________________________________</p><p>d. __________________________________________________________________</p><p>3. What are six purposes of the American system of government?</p><p>a. __________________________________________________________________</p><p>b. __________________________________________________________________</p><p>c. __________________________________________________________________</p><p>d. __________________________________________________________________</p><p>e. __________________________________________________________________</p><p>f. __________________________________________________________________</p><p>B. Reviewing Key TermsDefine the following terms. Write your answers on a separate sheet of paper.</p><p>4. government</p><p>5. public policy</p><p>6. legislative power</p><p>7. executive power</p><p>8. judicial power</p><p>9. constitution</p><p>10. dictatorship</p><p>11. democracy</p><p>12. state</p><p>13. sovereign</p></li><li><p>A. As You ReadOn the chart below, write the five basic concepts of democracy and write a sentence describing each.</p><p>B. Reviewing Key TermsAnswer the following questions on a separate sheet of paper.</p><p>6. Explain the significance of the term compromise as it relates to problem-solving in a </p><p>democratic society.</p><p>7. What are the four factors underlying the free enterprise system?</p><p>8. How does the law of supply and demand operate?</p><p>9. What is a mixed economy?</p><p>6 Guided Reading and Review Chapter 1, Section 3</p><p>Section 3 Guided Reading and ReviewBasic Concepts of Democracy</p><p>NAME CLASS DATE</p><p>1CHAPTER</p><p>1 .</p><p>4 .</p><p>5 .</p><p>3 .</p><p>2 .</p><p>The Basic Concepts of Democracy</p></li><li><p>4 Guided Reading and Review Chapter 1, Section 2</p><p>A. As You ReadUse the chart below to compare the democratic form of government to the dictatorship form ofgovernment.</p><p>B. Reviewing Key TermsMatch the descriptions in Column I with the terms in Column II. Write the correct letter in eachblank.</p><p>Column I_____ 7. a government in which a single person holds </p><p>unlimited power</p><p>_____ 8. a government in which the executive and legislative branches are separate and coequal</p><p>_____ 9. a government in which power is divided between a central government and other local governments</p><p>_____ 10. a government in which a small, usually self-appointed, group has the power to rule</p><p>_____ 11. a government in which all power belongs to a central agency</p><p>_____ 12. an alliance of independent states</p><p>_____ 13. structuring a government so that power is shared by a central and several local governments</p><p>_____ 14. a government in which members of the executive branch are also members of the legislative branch and are subject to the legislatures direct control</p><p>Section 2 Guided Reading and ReviewForms of Government</p><p>NAME CLASS DATE</p><p>1CHAPTER</p><p>Democracy Dictatorship</p><p>Sovereign power 1. 2.is held by:</p><p>Those who rule are 3. 4.responsible to:</p><p>Power is gained by: 5. 6.</p><p>Column IIa. unitary governmentb. federal governmentc. confederationd. presidential governmente. parliamentary</p><p>governmentf. division of powersg. oligarchyh. autocracy</p></li><li><p>Chapter 2, Section 1 Guided Reading and Review 9</p><p>A. As You ReadAs you read the section, answer the following questions on a separate sheet of paper.</p><p>Basic Concepts of Government1. What is ordered government?2. What is limited government?3. What is representative government?</p><p>Landmark English Documents4. How did the Magna Carta affect English government?5. How did the Petition of Right affect English government?6. How did the English Bill of Rights affect English government? </p><p>Government in the Colonies7. How were royal colonies governed?8. How were proprietary colonies governed?9. How were charter colonies governed?</p><p>B. Reviewing Key TermsMatch the descriptions in Column I with the terms in Column II. Write the correct letter in each blank.</p><p>Column I_____ 10. written grant of authority from the king to </p><p>establish a colony</p><p>_____ 11. government that is not all-powerful</p><p>_____ 12. consisting of two houses, as in a legislature</p><p>_____ 13. government that serves the will of the people</p><p>_____ 14. document written in 1215 limiting the power of the English monarchy</p><p>NAME CLASS DATE</p><p>Section 1 Guided Reading and ReviewOur Political Beginnings 2</p><p>CHAPTER</p><p>Column IIa. limited government</p><p>b. representative government</p><p>c. Magna Carta</p><p>d. charter</p><p>e. bicameral</p><p>f. unicameral</p></li><li><p>Chapter 2, Section 2 Guided Reading and Review 11</p><p>A. As You ReadThe dates on the chart below indicate important developments and events related to Americanindependence. As you read Section 2, fill in the chart by writing a brief description of the signifi-cance of each date listed.</p><p>B. Reviewing Key TermsDefine the following key terms.</p><p>16. delegates__________________________________________________________________________</p><p>17. confederation _____________________________________________________________________</p><p>18. repeal ____________________________________________________________________________</p><p>NAME CLASS DATE</p><p>Section 2 Guided Reading and ReviewThe Coming of Independence 2</p><p>CHAPTER</p><p>Year/Date Description of Event</p><p>1. 1643</p><p>2. 1696</p><p>3. 1754</p><p>4. 1765</p><p>5. 1770, March 5</p><p>6. 1772</p><p>7. 1773, December 16</p><p>8. 1774, Spring</p><p>9. 1774, September 5</p><p>10. 1775, April 19</p><p>11. 1775, May 10</p><p>12. 1776, June 7</p><p>13. 1776, July 2</p><p>14. 1776, July 4</p><p>15. 1781, March 1</p></li><li><p>Chapter 2, Section 3 Guided Reading and Review 13</p><p>A. As You ReadAs you read Section 3, answer the questions below on a separate piece of paper or in the spaceprovided.</p><p>The Articles of Confederation1. Describe the structure of the government set up by the Articles of Confederation.</p><p>Fill in the chart below with the 10 powers granted to Congress under the Articles.</p><p>12. What obligations did States have to one another? </p><p>13. What obligations did States have to citizens?</p><p>14. What powers did Congress not have?</p><p>The Critical Period, the 1780s15. What government action took place in response to Shays Rebellion?</p><p>A Need for Stronger Government16. What was the goal of the Constitutional Convention?</p><p>B. Reviewing Key TermsDefine the following key terms.</p><p>17. ratification________________________________________________________________________</p><p>18. presiding officer ___________________________________________________________________</p><p>NAME CLASS DATE</p><p>Section 3 Guided Reading and ReviewThe Critical Period 2</p><p>CHAPTER</p><p>Congressional Powers Under the Articles of Confederation</p><p>2.____________________________________</p><p>3.____________________________________</p><p>4.____________________________________</p><p>5.____________________________________</p><p>6.____________________________________</p><p>7.____________________________________</p><p>8.____________________________________</p><p>9.____________________________________</p><p>10. __________________________________</p><p>11. __________________________________</p></li><li><p>Chapter 2, Section 4 Guided Reading and Review 15</p><p>A. As You ReadThe chart below outlines the initial plans for a constitution and the bundle of compromises thatresulted from the various plans. As you read Section 4, complete the chart by filling in the boxesprovided.</p><p>11. Name a group whose interests seem to have been ignored, or even harmed, by the compromises that created the Constitution. ____________________________________</p><p>B. Reviewing Key TermsOn a separate sheet of paper, use the key term below in a sentence that shows the meaning of the term.</p><p>12. Framers</p><p>NAME CLASS DATE</p><p>Section 4 Guided Reading and ReviewCreating the Constitution 2</p><p>CHAPTER</p><p>Planor Compromise Provisions</p><p>Type of StatesThat Benefited</p><p>Virginia Plan</p><p>New Jersey Plan</p><p>Connecticut</p><p>Compromise</p><p>Three-Fifths</p><p>Compromise</p><p>Commerce and </p><p>Slave Trade </p><p>Compromise</p><p>1. 2.</p><p>3. 4.</p><p>5. 6.</p><p>7. 8.</p><p>9. 10.</p></li><li><p>Chapter 2, Section 5 Guided Reading and Review 17</p><p>A. As You ReadAs you read the section, fill in the following outline by writing supporting details in the form ofanswers to questions 15.</p><p>The Fight for Ratification</p><p>1. What were the positions of each side toward ratification?</p><p>a. Federalists: __________________________________________</p><p>b. Anti-Federalists: ______________________________________</p><p>2. What were the five issues involved in the ratification debate?</p><p>a. ______________________________________</p><p>b. ______________________________________</p><p>c. ______________________________________</p><p>d. ______________________________________</p><p>e. ______________________________________</p><p>3. On what two States did the success or failure of ratification depend?</p><p>____________________________ and ________________________</p><p>Inaugurating the Government</p><p>4. Where was the first national capital located? ____________________________</p><p>5. Who became the new nations first President and Vice President?</p><p>a. President: _________________________________________</p><p>b. Vice President: ______________________________________</p><p>B. Reviewing Key Terms Identify the following people as either a Federalist or an Anti-Federalist. On the spaces provided,write an A for Anti-Federalist or an F for Federalist.</p><p>6. James Madison _____</p><p>7. Patrick Henry _____</p><p>8. Alexander Hamilton _____</p><p>NAME CLASS DATE</p><p>Section 5 Guided Reading and ReviewRatifying the Constitution 2</p><p>CHAPTER</p><p>a_2: b_2: c_2: d_2: a_3: b_3: c_3: d_3: f: CLASS: DATE: 7 a government in which a single person holds: 8 a government in which the executive and legislative: 9 a government in which power is divided between a: 10 a government in which a small usually selfappointed: 11 a government in which all power belongs to a central: 12 an alliance of independent states: 13 structuring a government so that power is shared by a: 14 a government in which members of the executive branch: NAME: Text1: Text2: Text3: Text4: Text5: Text6: Text7: Text8: Text9: undefined: Text10: Text14: Text15: Text16: 10 written grant of authority from the king to: 11 government that is not allpowerful: 12 consisting of two houses as in a legislature: 13 government that serves the will of the people: 14 document written in 1215 limiting the power: 1 1643: 2 1696: 3 1754: 4 1765: 5 1770 March 5: 6 1772: 7 1773 December 16: 8 1774 Spring: 9 1774 September 5: 10 1775 April 19: 11 1775 May 10: 12 1776 June 7: 13 1776 July 2: 14 1776 July 4: 15 1781 March 1: 16 delegates: 17 confederation: 18 repeal: 2: 3: 4: 5: 6: 11: Text11: Text12: Text13: 17 ratification: 18 presiding officer: 1: 7: 8: 9: 10: compromises that created the Constitution: Guided Reading and Review: a Federalists: b AntiFederalists: a: b: c: d: e: 3 On what two States did the success or failure of ratification depend: and: Where was the first national capital located: a President: b Vice President: James Madison: Patrick Henry: Alexander Hamilton: </p></li></ul>

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