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We the people, sess. ii, more perfect union

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The outline for session ii.

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  • 1. We the People ii A More Perfect Union I. Articles of Confederation (3-8) A. drafting and adopting B. major features C. war’s end 1. Newburgh Conspiracy II. Critical Period (9-16) A. the term 1. John Fiske B. the perils 1. destitute national government 2. interstate conflicts 3. impotence in foreign relations C. the achievements 1. economic recovery 2. two major legislative milestones a. Land Ordinance of 1785 b. Northwest Ordinance of 1787 III. Road to Philadelphia (17-29) A. three conventions ← 1. Mt Vernon, 1785 ← 2. Annapolis, 1786 ← 3. Philadelphia, 1787 ← B. Shays’ Rebellion, 1786-87 ← IV. 1787--Long Hot Summer (30-?)
  • 2. A. “...assembly of demi-gods.”-Jefferson ←1. Founding Fathers ←2. youth ←3. experience ←B. Virginia Plan ←1. L, E, J ← a. bicameralism ← b. a single executive ←2. Committee of the Whole ←C. New Jersey Plan ← 1. comparison ←D. Compromises ← 1. CT, Sherman, or Grand ← 2. Slavery or “Three-fifths” ← a. later reaction ←E. Finishing Up ← V. Ratification (? - ?) A. the names ←1. Federalists & Anti-federalists ←2. significance? ←B. Pennsylvania ←1. role of the Large States ←2.the contest ←C. Massachussetts ← 1. the next Large State ← a. size of the convention ←b. terms of the contest ←2. the winning strategy and its future importance ←D. Virginia ←1. importance ←2. closeness of the fight ←3. Washington’s role ←E. New York ←1. the contest ←F. The Bill of Rights ← ← ← ← ←7/29/13 ←jbp

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