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TermDefinition
Shays Rebellion Proved the central government was weak because of the Articles of Confederation
Where and how many men met to change the Articles of Confederation Philadelphia, 55 men
George Washington Chairman of the constitutional convention
James Madison father of constitution
Who said "I smell a rat"? Patrick Henry
What is the constitution sometimes called? Bundle of Compromises
Should the State Governments or the Federal (National) Government have more power? Federal (national) took 6 weeks to decide
What did delegates from small states want? All states to have the same number of representatives in Congress
What did delegates from large states want? Large states to have more representatives than small states
What was the Great Compromise made up of? Legislative Branch (congress)
What is the Legislative branch made up of? Upper house (senate) and lower house (House of representatives
Upper House (senate) Gave each state equal representation (2)
Lower House (house of representatives) representation is based on population
Created by: lyndseyjeffries