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Declaration of Independence 1776
Unalienable Rights life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness
Weakness of the Articles of Confederation had trouble raising a national army
House of Representatives based on population of states
Group that demanded a Bill of Rights Anti-Federalists
US Constitution 1787
Bill of Rights first 10 Amendments to the Constitution
Documents that addressed the grievances listed in the D of I Constitution and Bill of Rights
How we addressed taxation without representation Congress is the only one that has the power to tax
Separation of Powers Each branch has its own responsibilities and no other branch can do them
Charles de Montesquieu Suggested that our government be separated into branches
Freedom of Religion the government cannot establish a national religion
1st Amendment freedom of speech, religion, press, assembly, and petition
Example of civic virtue (doing something for your city, state, or country) George Washington accepted the position of Commander in Chief of the Continental Army
Created by: mcphersonm