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Founding A New Natio

US History

Amendment Changes
Articles of Confederation First plan for government that did not work.
Bill of Rights The first 10 amendments of the Constitution that protect our rights.
Compromise An agreement that is reached after people with opposing views each give up something of their demands.
Congress Law making body of the US government.
Consensus Agreement
Constitution A plan for government.
Convention Large meeting.
Delegate People appointed to represent a group.
Government A system by which laws are made and enforced.
House of Representatives Part of the congress where representation is based on population.
Ratify to approve officially
Preamble An introduction to a document.
Assemble Gather
Right A just claim to have or to do something.
Senate Part of congress where there are two representatives from each state.
Jury Group of one's peers who weigh evidence to decide guilt or innocence.
Created by: JRamir