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Chapter 6 Access

Getting A Constitution Chapter 6 vocabulary from Access American History

convention a meeting
compromise a way of settling a disagreement in which each side gets part of what it wants
delegate a person sent to a meeting to represent others
debate a formal talk between two people who have different opinions
Bill of Rights The First 10 Amendments of the Constitution
United States Constitution The law that sets up the American federal government and gives power to the states and the people of the United States.
federal government the central government of the United States
Philadelphia The city which is capital of the American state of Pennsylvania and held the first and second Continental Congress and the Constitutional Convention.
Articles of Confederation The law that set up the first government of the United States
Ratify to approve something formally into law
amendments additions or changes to the Constitution
Houses of Congress The two parts of the American legislature. The houses of congress are the Senate and the House of Representatives.
Created by: Mrs.Winters