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Jeopardy Game A Mrev
Jeopardy Game A Mrev
Jeopardy Game A Mrev
Jeopardy Game A Mrev
Jeopardy Game A Mrev
Jeopardy Game A Mrev
Jeopardy Game A Mrev
Jeopardy Game A Mrev
Jeopardy Game A Mrev
Jeopardy Game A Mrev
Jeopardy Game A Mrev
Jeopardy Game A Mrev
Jeopardy Game A Mrev
Jeopardy Game A Mrev
Jeopardy Game A Mrev
Jeopardy Game A Mrev
Jeopardy Game A Mrev
Jeopardy Game A Mrev
Jeopardy Game A Mrev
Jeopardy Game A Mrev
Jeopardy Game A Mrev
Jeopardy Game A Mrev
Jeopardy Game A Mrev
Jeopardy Game A Mrev
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  • 1. JEOPARDY
  • 2. Road to Revolution Declaration of Indepence Articles of Confeder-ation The Constitution 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 500
  • 3. Final Jeopardy
  • 4. A1 A direct tax on many articles and documents
  • 5. A2 One of the grievances of the colonists
  • 6. A3 Duties on tea, paper, glass and paint
  • 7. A4 Cut in half the rates of Molasses Act
  • 8. A5 Ended all settlements west of the Appalachian Mountains
  • 9. B1 Introduction
  • 10. B2 All men are created equal and natural rights that are God given
  • 11. B3 To declare the colonies independence from Great Britian
  • 12. B4 Explains the colonists feelings about King George III
  • 13. B5 Explains why the Continental Congress chose to explain their separation from Britain formerly and publicly
  • 14. C1 Had a executive Committee
  • 15. C2 Had a strong legislature
  • 16. C3 Had the power to raise and collect taxes
  • 17. C4 Had the power to regulate commerce
  • 18. C5 Had no national currencey
  • 19. D1 Had the power to regulate interstate and foreign commerce
  • 20. D2 Created Supreme Court
  • 21. D3 Replace bicameral Congress with unicameral legislature
  • 22. D4 State government levies and collects taxes
  • 23. D5 State government ws given power to coin money and regulate its value
  • 24. Final Question
  • 25. E4 question

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