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Constitoution A plan of goverment
Bicamerale Legustlatures divided into power even further
Philadelphia A city in Penn were the convention was held.
Republic A goverment were the citizens rule
Articles of confederation Americas first confederation
Petition Apply to
James maddison "the father of the amendment"
Convention A meeting
Three fifths compromise Were the slaves counted 3/5 of one person in the states population
Three branches of goverment. Legustlater,Executive ,Jusical
Checks and balances A system that farmers made to make it were power was limited
Abandon Give up on
Amend To alter,improve
Bicameral Consisting of two houses ,or chambers especially in chambers
Deprecaite To fall in value
Depression A diesease where you tend to feel down sad
Petition A formal request
Compromise A argument between two or more sides in which each side gives up some of what it wants
Proportianal to be the same or corresponding
traditions cultural belifes or ractices
Created by: Danish