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chapter 3 & stuff

constitution A detailed plan written for the goverment
bicameral a legislature consisting of two parts or houses
confederation a group of individuals or state goverment
ratify to vote approval of
constitutional convention meeting of state delegates in 1787 leading to adoption of new constitution
great compromise a agreement providing a dual system of congressional representation
three-fifths compromise a agreement providing the enslaved would count as three-fifths of the people in representation of the congress
electoral college a groip of people named bu each tate legeslature to select the presedent & vice presedent
federalist supporters of the consitution
federalism a form of goverment in which power is divided between the federalists natural goverment and the states
Created by: roberthowell