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US History & Governm

Constitution

TermDefinition
Mayflower Compact
Virginia House of Burgesses
Salutary Neglect
Mercantilism
New England Town Meeting
"No Taxation Without Representation"
Enlightenment Period
Social Contract
Consent of the Governed
Proclamation of 1763
Common Sense
De3claration of Independence
Articles of Confederation
Northwest Ordinance
Land Ordinance of 1785
Constitutional Conventions
Great Compromise
3/5 Compromise
United States Constitution
Preamble
Ratification
Bill of Rights
Civil Liberties
Habeas Corpus
Bicameral
Representation
Checks and Balances
Federalist/Anti-Federalist
Strict/Loose Constitutional Interpretations
Unwritten Constitution
Two Term Limit
Separation of Powers
Elastic Clause
Supremacy Clause
Federalism
Census
Electoral College
Impeachment Process
John Locke
Thomas Paine
Thomas Jefferson
George Washington
John Adams
Alexander Hamilton
James Madison
Magna Carta
Albany Plan of Union
Loyalists
Patriots
Treaty of Paris
Tarrif
John Peter Zenger
Washington's Cabinet
Whiskey Rebellion
Proclamation of Neutrality
Louisiana Purchase
Marbury v. Madison
Judicial Review
Marshall Court
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