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vocabulay 6 and 7

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TermDefinition
constution convection meeting phileadelphia in1787 during which 55 delgates wrotes the new constution
anti fedralist people who oposed the new contution.
fedralists people who opossed the new constution
grivence a complaint, such as those listed in the delcration
bill of rights the first 10 amendents
ratifaction to formally (officially) approve of a document
Federalism - Power is shared by both the national and state governments. Some powers are given to the national government or state government only, some are shared.
Checks and Balances Each of the three branches can make sure government is run fairly by making sure one does not become too powerful. This is done by being able to look at decisions to make sure they follow the Constitution
Habeas corpus -a document that protects against illegal imprisonment
Separation of powers this principle of the Constitution divided the power of government into legislative, executive, and judicial branches; each has its own specific duties
Amendments changes or additions to an official document; the process to amend the Constitution was difficult to prevent frequent, unnecessary changes
Constitution a written plan of government
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