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9th civicschapter 2.

9th civics JORGEchapter 2 .2 VOCABULARY

TermDefinition
limited government it is restricted in what it may do each individual has certain rights that government cannot take away
represenative government idea that government should serve the will of the people
petition pf rights limited the kings power in several ways
English bill of rights prohibited a standing army in peacetime except with the constant of parliament
bicameral having two legislative branches
unicameral having one legislative branch
royal colonies we're subjected to the direct control of the crown
proprietary colonies organized by a proprietor
charter colonies based on charters granted in 1662 and 1663, respectively, to the colonists themselves
confederation the joining of several states
albany plan of union meeting of 7 of the northern colonies
delegate a person sent or authorized to represent other
boycott to withdraw from participation as a protest
repeal to cancel a law or void legislation
popular sovereignty government can exist only with the consent of the governed
ratification formal approval
presiding officer chair
framers a group of delegates who attend the Philadelphia convention
virginia plan new government with three separate branches: legislative, executive, judical
new jersey plan retained the unicameral congress of the confederation, with each of the states represented equally
three fifths compromise provided that all free persons of color should be counted and so too should three fifths of all other persons
bundle of compromises the constitution drafted at Philadelphia
federalists who favored ratification
anti federalists who opposed ratification
quorum majority
ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION ESTABLISHED A FIRM LEAGUE OF FRIENDSHIP AMONG THE STATES
CONNECTICUT COMPROMISE IT WAS AGREED THAT CONGRESS BE COMPOSED OF TWO HOUSES
COMMERCE AND SLAVE TRADE COMPROMISE CONGRESS WAS FORBIDDEN THE POWER TO TAX THE EXPORT OF GOODS FROM ANY STATE.
MAGNA CARTA ESTABLISHED THE PRINCIPLE THAT THE POWER OF THE MONARCHY WAS NOT ABSOLUTE
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