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Abjure to renounce or retract
abrogate to put an end to
abstemious sparing or moderate in eating or drinking
acumen keen insight
antebellum before or existing before a war
auspicious promising success
belie contradict
duty tax on imported goods
federalism system in which governmental power is split between national and state governments
new jersey plan plan to keep the Articles of Confederation, but make the central government stronger. proposed a single house legislature with equal representation
northwest ordinance created a new territory north of the Ohio river and east of the Mississippi
popular sovereignty rule by the people
recession economic slowdown
separation of powers having each branch of governments have different responsibilities
Virginia plan proposed creating a national government with the power to make laws and raise money; proposed a two house legislature with one based on population
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