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Unit 4

Lesson 2

TermDefinition
Constitutional Convention the gathering of state representatives on May 25, 1787 to revise the Articles of Confederation
Virginia Plan the plan at the constitutional convention that called for a strong national government with three branches and a two chamber legislature
Legislative branch a branch of government that passes laws
executive branch a branch of government that carries out laws
judicial branch a branch of government that decides weather laws are carried out fairly
New Jersey Plan the plan at the constitutional convention favored by smaller statesthat called for three branches of government with a single chamber legislature
compromise a settlement or peace solution in which each side gives up some of its demands in order to reach an agreement or peaceful solution
Great Compromise a plan at the constitutional convention that settled the differences between large and small states.
Three-Fifths Compromise an agreement at the constitutional convention that three fifths of the enslaved residents in any state be counted in its population
Created by: AnthonyDommel