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History Vocab-Annis

A meeting that was supposed to revise the Articles of Confederation but instead did something greater Constitutional Convention
Secret articles written in newspapers that asked for a different government with stronger leadership Federalists Papers
Agreement about slavery 3/5th Compromise
Created the Legislative Branch as we know it today Great Compromise
Organized by a New York Indian group in the 1400's that was the first constitutional government in America Iroquois Confederation
Someone who believes in a strong central (national or whole government) government. Federalists
Someone opposed to (against) a strong central government; want states power Anti-Federalists
Pamphlet written by Thomas Paine about why we should set our own government Common Sense
Set up rules for new states to enter the US; organized land; made peace with American Indians Northwest Ordinances
The 1st ten Amendments to the Constitution; protects basic freedoms of all Americans Bill of Rights
Created by: tannis