Watch and Writes After watching the video “Crash Course: Where US Politics Came From” answer the following questions. You will want to take notes as you watch the video in order to answer these questions. 1. What were the differences between Alexander Hamilton and Thomas Jefferson in the following areas: political participation (elites vs. democrats), the economy (mercantilism vs. agrarian), foreign policy (Great Britain vs. France)? Why were these differences important? 2. Describe and discuss each of the five points in Hamilton’s five point plan. 3. What compromise was necessary in order for Jefferson and his supporters to agree to Hamilton’s plan? 4. Describe the events of the 1796 election that led to a change in the way we elect our President and Vice-President After watching the video, “Crash Course: Separation of Powers,” answer the following questions as thoroughly as possible. You will want to take notes on the video in order to answer these questions. 1. Define separation of powers. 2. According to the video, which branch of the federal government is the most important? 3. What is the main job of the legislature? What is the job of the executive branch? What is the job of the courts? 4. Define checks and balances. 5. Which branch of the government has the most constitutional checks and why. 6. What are two powers Congress has over the president? 7. What are two powers Congress has over the courts? 8. What are two powers the president has over Congress? 9. Which branch of government is the weakest and why? 10. Why are checks and balances necessary? After watching the video, “Crash Course: Federalism,” answer the following questions. You will want to take notes as you watch the video to help you answer these questions. 1. According to the video, what is federalism? 2. What is dual federalism? Which level of government, state or local, has more power under the dual federalism model? 3. Which level of government, federal or state, has responsibility for each of the following? interstate roads, controlling currency, family law, morality, and elections 4. How did the New Deal change American federalism in the 1930s? 5. How do grants-in-aid work? 6. Describe regulated federalism and give examples of it. 7. Explain the three ways New Federalism tries to give power back to the states. 8. What power is Craig unwilling to give up?
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