1. Who wrote the introduction to this edition of "The Anti-Federalist Papers"?
(a) Ralph Ketcham.
(b) James Madison.
(c) Sacvan Bercovitch.
(d) Alexander Hamilton.
2. What kind of political thought was flourishing in the 1770s in America?
(a) Practical political thought.
(b) Conservative political thought.
(c) Aristocratic political thought.
(d) Radical political thought.
3. What theory was flourishing in the 1770s in America?
(a) The theory of free trade and open markets.
(b) The theory of intelligent design.
(c) The theory of evolution.
(d) The theory of institutional design.
4. What were Americans and Britons discussing a great deal during the 1770s?
(a) Warfare against the French.
(b) Warfare against the Native Americans.
(c) The Massachusetts charter.
(d) Political thought and theory.
5. What were Americans concluding by the 1780s?
(a) That representation could have been earned without warfare.
(b) That the federal executive was too weak.
(c) That there was too much power in the federal government.
(d) That mercantile colonialism had been a working model before the revolution.
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