Shay’s Rebellion
Shay’s Rebellion
   Cast of Characters:      Narrators:
       Daniel Shays:            A:
       Abigail Shays:
    ...
Under the Articles of
Confederation…

   …what was life like in the United
    States?

   …what was the national govern...
The Future of the Nation

   What do you think the nation would be
    like today if we still had the Articles of
    Con...
States have most of the
power. The national
government has little.

                          A president heads the
      ...
Homework

   Read pages 90-95
    of your textbook
   Complete the
    Chapter 5, Section 1
    Worksheet

   Bring you...
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Shays Rebellion

  1. 1. Shay’s Rebellion
  2. 2. Shay’s Rebellion  Cast of Characters:  Narrators:  Daniel Shays:  A:  Abigail Shays:  Luke Day:  B:  William Conkey:  Artemas Ward:  C:  Joshua Allen:  Ellas Dunn:  D:  Jonas Stevens:  Albert Way:  E:  Rebel #1:  Rebel #2:  Louisa Tucker:  Ethan Daniels:
  3. 3. Under the Articles of Confederation…  …what was life like in the United States?  …what was the national government like?  …what was the state of law and order in the nation?
  4. 4. The Future of the Nation  What do you think the nation would be like today if we still had the Articles of Confederation?  If you were living in 1787, what do you think should have been done regarding the Articles and the state of the nation?
  5. 5. States have most of the power. The national government has little. A president heads the executive branch of the government. Both national and state courts exist. Congress is responsible to the states Laws may be passed by a majority vote of both houses of Congress Congress given power to tax Congress given the power to regulate interstate and foreign trade Each state coins its own money. There is no national currency.
  6. 6. Homework  Read pages 90-95 of your textbook  Complete the Chapter 5, Section 1 Worksheet  Bring your textbooks to class tomorrow

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