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articles of confederation first constitution of the us written after the revolutionary
weakness of articles of confederation no common currency, no executive or judicial branches, each state got 1 vote, no tax or trade policies, weak federal government.
George washington established the federal court system bill of rights added to the constitution & planned the capital in DC
John Adams 2 party political system emerged during his presidency
Thomas Jefferson doubled the size pf the us with the Louisiana purchase
James Madison President during the war of 1812 which caused Europe to gain new respect for the US
James Monroe Issued the Monroe Doctrine warning Europe to leave the western Hemisphere alone
constitution Replaced the articles of confederation and created a new type of government
The Great compromise decided how many votes each state would have in the senate and the house of representative
what was the bill of right based on Virginia Declaration of rights by George Mason and Virginia Statute of Religious Freedom by Thomas Jefferson
separation of power three Branches of government-legislative, judicial, executive
bill of rights (James Madison) first 10 amendments to the constitution written guarantee of individual rights
Benjamin Banneker helped Washington plan the capital in Washington, DC
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