200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 Webster West  Philadel...
Supreme and absolute power within boundaries
Sovereignty
The institution through which a society makes and enforces its public policies
government
The right to use power
Authority
The source from which power comes
Legitimacy
An alliance of independent states
Confederacy
The Constitution met in this hall
Independence Hall
The Constitutional Convention began in the month of __________ and ended in the month of __________.
March; September
I presented the Virginia Plan
Edmund Randolph
This plan called for equal representation in a unicameral legislature
New Jersey Plan
I served on the Committee of Five and I introduced a plan at the Constitutional Convention
Roger Sherman
The number of members on the Committee of Five.
5
The number of amendments made to the Constitution minus the number of articles.
20
The third article’s topic
Judicial Branch
The size of the original House of Representatives
65
The number of delegates who signed the Constitution
39
I suggest that the bureaucracy is the true source of power.
Max Weber
I suggest that those who control economics control the government
Karl Marx
I suggest a handful of politicians, military leaders, and business leaders have true power in society.
C. Wright Mills
This theory suggests many people and groups compete for access at different levels of government.
Pluralist theory
The O’Doyles ruling would fit this theory of governmental development.
Force theory
Who is this?
Thomas Jefferson
Who is this?
John Locke
Who is this?
Chuck Norris
Who is this?
Roger Sherman
Who is this?
George Mason
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Origins Review

  1. 1. 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 Webster West Philadelphia born and raised #s Chuck Norris Polaroid
  2. 2. Supreme and absolute power within boundaries
  3. 3. Sovereignty
  4. 4. The institution through which a society makes and enforces its public policies
  5. 5. government
  6. 6. The right to use power
  7. 7. Authority
  8. 8. The source from which power comes
  9. 9. Legitimacy
  10. 10. An alliance of independent states
  11. 11. Confederacy
  12. 12. The Constitution met in this hall
  13. 13. Independence Hall
  14. 14. The Constitutional Convention began in the month of __________ and ended in the month of __________.
  15. 15. March; September
  16. 16. I presented the Virginia Plan
  17. 17. Edmund Randolph
  18. 18. This plan called for equal representation in a unicameral legislature
  19. 19. New Jersey Plan
  20. 20. I served on the Committee of Five and I introduced a plan at the Constitutional Convention
  21. 21. Roger Sherman
  22. 22. The number of members on the Committee of Five.
  23. 23. 5
  24. 24. The number of amendments made to the Constitution minus the number of articles.
  25. 25. 20
  26. 26. The third article’s topic
  27. 27. Judicial Branch
  28. 28. The size of the original House of Representatives
  29. 29. 65
  30. 30. The number of delegates who signed the Constitution
  31. 31. 39
  32. 32. I suggest that the bureaucracy is the true source of power.
  33. 33. Max Weber
  34. 34. I suggest that those who control economics control the government
  35. 35. Karl Marx
  36. 36. I suggest a handful of politicians, military leaders, and business leaders have true power in society.
  37. 37. C. Wright Mills
  38. 38. This theory suggests many people and groups compete for access at different levels of government.
  39. 39. Pluralist theory
  40. 40. The O’Doyles ruling would fit this theory of governmental development.
  41. 41. Force theory
  42. 42. Who is this?
  43. 43. Thomas Jefferson
  44. 44. Who is this?
  45. 45. John Locke
  46. 46. Who is this?
  47. 47. Chuck Norris
  48. 48. Who is this?
  49. 49. Roger Sherman
  50. 50. Who is this?
  51. 51. George Mason

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