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Founding Fathers

The core group of individuals who created the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution of the United States, and fought the American Revolution is known as the Founding Fathers. They are credited with the establishment of the United States as it is today.
First of all, Adams was a politician, he was infuriated by  Parliament and their refusal to represent the colonies in their  meetings. Furthermore, he was an avid publicist of the Sons of  Liberty, a patriot group that fought against British occupation,  famously known for the Boston Tea Party....
  Senior religious leaders declare that an act of Congress is  incompatible with the core principles of the nation.    s question…
Not clear on the specific question. State legislatures have to ratify amendments whether via an amendment approved by 2/3 of Congress and then 3/4 of the state legislatures or by Constitutional Convention which is made up of state legislature reps.Hope that answers your question.
Roman (civil) law was at the time at the basis of most legislation  in Europe. Although the US Constitution itself is largely based on  the ideas of Montesquieu and other Enlightenment thinkers, the  Founding fathers (at least those who had studied Law) would be  heavily influenced by the...
Independence Hall's assembly room. Ben Gates (In national treasure)  really controls the emotion of our Liberty when he said, "The last  time it was here, it was being signed." You can see the  independence hall in PENNSYLVANIA.
The name of his bird was Dick and is the only one mentioned by him in his diary in 1806. [I too, remember Dick being written about. Dick was famous for saying, "wanna towel, wanna bath, and more 'oap?" Dick was a Mockingbird; a constant companion, even when ambassador to France, Dick traveled with T...
Everyone was a bit skeptical at first. There was argument over  tariffs and state rights that really delayed the process.
I guess George washington since he was with him when napaleon and washington had war
the pledge of allegiance is recited by Christians and Jews in the U.S., most Muslims living in the U.S. probably say it too, although there is no separation of church and state in the Islamic religion, so possibly devout Muslims don't, but a majority of the U.S. does
The Missouri Constitution was approved in the year of 1945.
They weren't against the adoption of the Constitution per say, they  were in favor of adding a Bill of Rights. Anti-Federalists believed  that a country could not be governed by an all-powerful central  government, it needed to have amendments.
He proved that lighting is made up of electricity.
Gouverneur Morris was the son of Lewis Morris, Jr. and his second  wife Sarah Gouverneur. Morris had several half-siblings from his  fatherÕs first marriage including Lewis Morris III. Lewis the Third  had signed the Declaration of Independence while Gouverneur is  considered the ÒPenman of...
I could find no information that tied Thomas Jefferson's father,  Peter Jefferson to the Anglican Church nor any other denomination.
Yes, the word 'country' is a noun; a singular, common, concrete  noun; a word for a place.
William Penn founded the city of Philadelphia.
The articles of confederation were the first government.
US constitution was signed in 17th september 1787 ,in independence  hall Philadelphia.The main people who signed us constitution are  William Jackson, Jonathan Dayton, Benjamin Franklin, Roger Sherman,  George Washington.
no, he was not. Washington had the declaration of independence readto his troops in new York city on july 9.
The record on this event is imperfect as the earliest record of it is from fifteen years later, but it appears to have happened on June 15, 1752. There is a link below.
France. He was the Minister to France.
I believe Benjamin Franklin is one one of the faces on Mount Rushmore.
Thomas Jefferson is known as the "Father of the Declaration." He  was very well educated, having private tutors as a child and going  to the college of William and Mary as a young adult. He  particularly looked to the ideas and beliefs of John Locke, who  believed that a proper government should...
Alexander Hamilton was George Washingtons's secratay of the treasury. He pulled America out of debt a three step financial plan and he could never be president becuase he was NOT natural born.
unanlienable rights are those right that cannot be repeated orrestrained by human law
Boxer Rebellion - open door policy - Spanish-American War- Japanese-Russian Settlement & Algeciras Conference
Actually he had two wives but now his late wife is Abiah Folger Franklin
Usually considered to be Marx, Durkheim, and Weber. Could also include, Comte, de Sainte before or Parsons more latterly, maybe a few others.
Ten amendments, known as the Bill of Rights, were adopted to protect the rights of individuals
The "Franklin stove" (not "Benjamin Franklin stove") was named after its inventor, Benjamin Franklin, who would never have thought of putting a statue of himself on it. The Franklin stove is actually a metal fireplace liner that allowed a fire in the fireplace to heat a room more efficiently. It...
Only four justices were present when the US Supreme Court officially convened its first Term on February 2, 1790.1Chief Justice John JayJustice William CushingJustice John BlairJustice James Wilson Robert Harrison, one of President Washington's original nominees, declined his appointment on January...
Burr, a Republican, and Hamilton, a Federalist, had been bitterpolitical rivals for years, beginning when Burr took Hamilton'sfather-in-law's seat in Congress. In the 1800 Presidential election, Aaron Burr and Thomas Jeffersoneach received the same number of votes, enough to unseat theincumbent...
The Mount Vernon Ladies' Association
First Amendment - Establishment Clause, Free Exercise Clause; freedom of speech, of the press, Freedom of Religion, and of assembly; right to petition,Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or...
  == Answer ==   Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson, a famous Confederate general during the American Civil War, was born in Clarksburg, Virginia, which is present day West Virginia.
1743-born on April 13 1757-father dies 1772-marries Martha Wayles Skelton 1774-daughter Jane is born 1775-daughter Jane dies 1776-signs the Declaration of Independence 1778-daughter Mary is born 1780-daughter Lucy is born 1781-daughter Lucy dies 1782-daughter Lucy is born 1782-wife Martha dies 1785...
Unlike the Senate where every state receives two representatives,  House representation is based on state size. So, larger states  would receive more representatives than small states.
Mason refused to sign the Constitution because he believed a central govt. would not represent the states well enough. He believed this was leading America down the road similar to monarchies, and other governments similar to that. Gerry's reason of refusal to sign the Constitution was similar to...
The most important issue left unresolved was there was no definition of who a citizen of the United States was. Well until the 14 amendment was ratified in 1868 stating that any person born or naturalized in the United States was a citizen.
your right hand, over your heart (left side of your body)
federal pattern of government has __________ of government
(The actual group to which Jefferson belonged was the  anti-Federalists. The party he helped found was the  "Democratic-Republicans", one faction of which became the  Democratic Party, and the other the Whigs. )    Thomas Jefferson was neither Republican nor Democrat because the  political...
It doesn't. It is a communist government. You do something they don't like you are put in prison or shot.
there were 2houses 3 branches and 3 congressmen hope it helped!
Because they were afraid of Orest Rudyy at the time he was a brave king who told people what to do so they got influenced .
The confederation Congress called for a Constitutional Convention  because  Americans recognized that the Articles of Confederation, the  foundation document for the new United States adopted in 1777, had  to be substantially modified. The Articles gave Congress virtually  no power to regulate...
The Webster-Hayne Debate was between a man named Daniel Webster and a man named Robert Hayne.
Yes. Have you read the Federalist? Have you seen his financial plan? The list of reasons why he is smart is endless, but I think it would be easiest to find information on those two things.
They wanted to declare their independence because they thought it was unfair that London was taxing them without their opinions. There were skirmishes, one thing led to another and a war started.
there was the great compromise and there was the virgina compromise. the virgina compromise suggested a new form of government. the great compromise helped to establish the amendments and the constitution to the larger scale that we have now.
  John Hancock was first Governor of Massachusetts from 1780-1785 and again in 1787-1793
The group led by john Adams and Alexander Hamilton which are the federalist , favored business development a strong national gov't, and a loose interpretation of the constitution.
Because the Articles of Confederation yielded too much power to the  states than the national government. In federalism, the national  government and state governments share power but the national  government is supreme.
Burr and Hamilton hated each other and Burr was considered a "hot head".
he died from a heart attack
"The protection given to the commercial speech under the First Amendment is not as extensive as that afforded to noncommercial speech, however." -Business Law Today 9th Edition Miller & Jentz pg 18
All humans at the moment. And any sentient being that we meet, discover or create.
It depends on the context. If you are saying that you found a lost item, then no, they don't mean the same thing. But if you are talking about who founded a city then it can be the past tense of found. Make sense?
The US Constitution gave big state powers to the little states.
The internet dates back to ARPANET which was funded by an agency of the the U. S. Department of Defense. The Advanced Research Projects Agency Network (ARPANET), was the world's first operational packet switching network and the core network of a set that came to compose the global Internet. The...
On The Constitution --    Hamilton thought that the Constitution could be taken loosely and  implied powers could be used. Jefferson thought the Constitution  was to be taken literally, and if the Constitution didn't expressly  state the power, the government didn't have it.    On The...
Hannah Whiting and Jared Ingersoll, Sir.
No, but his cousin, John Adams was a lawyer. Samuel Adams is more of a politician.
The Federalist Papers, written by Alexander Hamilton, John Jay and James Madison.
It is reported that Franklin stated this as he signed the Declaration of Independence. He knew that the men who signed it would be considered traitors by the British and that they needed to work/stick together or else they would be hung. The 56 men who signed were not token patriots. They pledged...
an amidment is a thing that the government has invented and ... oh i don't know that is why I'm asking you!!! an amidment is a thing that the government has invented and ... oh i don't know that is why I'm asking you!!!
George Washington was the first president under the constitution.