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Constitution- espino

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republic a form of government in which people elect representatives to run the country.
representative acting or speaking on behalf of someone or something
debt something owed to another
inflation a continual increase in the price of goods and services.
congress a meeting of representatives who have the authority (the right,or ability to give orders) to make decisions.
amendment an addition or change to the Constitution.
Bill of Rights a list of rights added to the Constitution as the first ten amendments.
convention an important meeting
delegates a representative
Virginia plan Edmund Randolph and other Virginia delegates thought that the number of representatives a state would have in Congress should be based on the number of people living in that state.
New Jersey plan William Paterson shared that the new congress should have one house rather than two. Each state would have one vote.
bill an idea for a new law.
Created by: espinosa401