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Constitutition a list of fundamental laws to support a government
Bicameral consist of two house, or chambers, especially in a legilative
Philadelphia Where the constitution was formed
Republic5 a government where citizens rule by election
Articles of Confederation a new form of central government that does not give the government to much power
Second Continental Congress A group of people determined to find a fair government
Petition apply to
Ordinance Law
Northwest Terriotory the land north of the Ohio River
Ordinance of 1785 where they spit up parts Ohio into townships
Shay's Rebellion When farmers got mad about the amount of power the government had, and the economic crisis and formed a rebellion!
James Madison the father of the constitution
Convention a meeting
Grand Compromise where they formed an agreement between the large/small state plan.
Three-Fifths Compromise For every 5 slaves 3 were considered real people, aka: population, and for tax
Federalism sharing power between federal and state government
Three Branches of Government Included: Legislative: Congress Executive: president and Judicial:supreme court
Checks and Balances a system built because people did not want any one of the branches of government to be over powered.
Federalist Agrees with the form of government
Antifederalist disagrees with the form of government
Amendment a law
Julia Yagodinski The person that is going to get an A+ on this test :D YOU GO GURL :D
Created by: aquajewelgirl