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civics chapter 3

civics

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constitution within a few years , every former colony had a new consitution or had converted or changed ,its colonial charters into a state constitution
bicameral a legishlature consisting of two parts or houses
confederation a group of individual or state government
ratified approved
constitution meeting of state delegates in 1787 leading to adoption of new constitution
great compromise agreement providing a dual system of congressional representation
three -fifths compromise agreement providing that enslaved persons would count as three-fifths of other persons
electoral college a group of people who would be named by each state legislature to select the president
federalists supporters of the constitution
federalism a form of governmet in which power is divided between the federal or national government and the state
anti-federalists those who opposed the constitution
preamble an introduction that states
constitution meeting of state delegates in 1787 leading to adoption of new constitution
great compromise agreement providing a dual system of congressional representation
three -fifths compromise agreement providing that enslaved persons would count as three-fifths of other persons
electoral college a group of people who would be named by each state legislature to select the president
federalists supporters of the constitution
federalism a form of governmet in which power is divided between the federal or national government and the state
anti-federalists those who opposed the constitution
preamble an introduction that states
Created by: bryanttotten