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Declaring Independe

TermDefinition
Thomas Paine author of Common Sense, who wrote that citizens, not monarchs, should make laws
Thomas Jefferson the main author of the Declaration of Independence
Francis Marion a Patriot leader who used hit-and-run attacks, known as guerilla warfare
James Madison a leading convention delegate from Virginia
Sandra Day O’Connor the first female Supreme Court Justice, appointed in 1981
James Madison a Federalist who promised that a Bill of Rights would be added to the Constitution
George Washington patriot general who defeated Charles Cornwallis at the battle of Yorktown
General Cornwallis A british general who was defeated by the patriots army at the battle of Yorktown
Roger Sherman one of the delegates who proposed a compromise plan.
Created by: mohamedelhussien