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the five (5) principles of the Declaration of Independence; examples of how the

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the five (5) principles of the Declaration of Independence;
examples of how the Articles of Confederation, the first national government of the United States, established a weak and ineffective national government and examples of how the Constitution , which eventually replaced the Articles of Confederation, set up a stronger and more effective national government;
the Great Compromise reached at the Constitutional Convention;
the debate between the Federalists and the Anti-Federalists over the ratification of the Constitution and why the Bill of Rights were added to the Constitution;
what the authors of our textbook mean by “conservative revolution” and the conservative revolutions of presidents Abraham Lincoln and Franklin Delano Roosevelt; and
the meaning of federalism as a principle of government in the United States and examples of how the power of the federal (or national) government has grown relative to the power of state governments.

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