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Chapter 5 Key Term

Bicameral or two house
Great Compromise is the plan so that each side gave up part of what it wanted in order to benefit all
Three Fifths Compromise is a compromise that counted each slave as three fifths of a person when a state's population was calculated
Federalists is the supporters of the Constitution because they supported a strong federal, or national government
Anti-Federalist is the opponents of the Constitution
Ratified or approval
Amendments or changes
Federalism is the division of power of power between the states and the federal, or national government
Concurrent Powers are powers shared by the federal and state government
Reserved Powers are power that the Constitution neither gives to Congress nor denies to the states
Checks and Balances is the system that gives each branch of government ways to limit the powers of the other two
Impeach or accuse
Created by: Gredstorm73