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Government

documents, systems, vocabulary

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conflicts between states with larger populations and states with smaller populations created this two house legislature
created a two-house legislature (combined NJ and VA plans) Great compromise
First 10 Amendments were added to Constitution for this reason protect individual rights
public meetings are also known as an assembly
formally charging the president with a crime is the first step to this process impeachment
ensures one branch of government would not gain too much power checks and balances
to ratify the Constitution the Federalists agreed to this add a Bill of Rights
a change in the state's population affects the state's representation in this part House of Representatives
when the President rejects a bill veto
when the Supreme Court rules a law is unconstitutional judicial review
discrimination due to one's faith led to this freedom of religion
NYS Constitution inspired the writing of this document Constitution
the 3/5 Compromise settled the differences over slavery
Who has the power according to the Preamble the people
Federalists and Anti-Federalists disagreed over power of federal and state governments
the Senate refuses to approve the President's choice for a Supreme Court Justice is an example of checks and balances
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