An outline of American history

An outline of american history. Home reading part i. Answers. Most of the constitutions included a declaration of principles such as popular sovereignty, rotation in office, freedom of election and enumeration of fundamental liberties, moderate bail and humane punishment, speedy trial by jury, freedom of the press and conscience, and the right of the majority to reform or alter the government. Other states enlarged the list of liberties to guarantee freedom of speech, of assembly and of petition, and frequently included such previsions as the right to be bear arms, to writ of habeas corpus, inviolability of domicile and to equal protection under the law. In pennsylvanians’ constitution only men and their sons could vote, required rotation office and set up a single chamber legislature. The colonies of south of pennsylvania excluded their slave populations from their inalienable rights as human beings. Women had no political right.

3. Federalists – favorites a strong central government. They were for strong central government and fostering of business and commercial interests.

7. When Napoleon decided to return Louisiana to France, Americans were apprehended and indignated. Later, Napoleon changed his mind and decided to sell Louisianan. In 1803 it was sold to the United States for the power to make treaties. After that Jefferson declared neutrality to French, but no American craft could trade with France without threat of seizure.

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