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chapter 7 and 8

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central government powers make war and peace
central government non powers can not regulate trade
preoblems after revolution united states owed money great britain left troops in the ohio river valley spain closed the port of new orleans to the united states
virginia plan each state will be represented according to their population
three fifths compromise every five slaves would count as only three
anti federalists opposed the constitution the national government was too strong
argument the anti federalists wanted a bill of rights
three branches of government legislative executive and judicial
bill of rights a are the first ten amendments of the constitution
popular sovereignty the power is held by the people
checks and balances each branch could restrain the power of the other branches
judicial review the courts power to decide if acts of congress or actions of the president are constitutional
supremacy of nation law national law is superior to state law
supremacy of civilian authority the military is subject to civilian authority
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