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8.2.3

Constitutional Debates

QuestionAnswer
legislature a group of people that make that laws
Congress the name for the legislature in the United States
resolution a solution
proportional representation Representation based on population. The more people a state has, the more representatives it can send to Congress.
Articles of Confederation the first written plan of government for the United States.
Constitutional Convention a meeting held in Philadelphia in 1787 at which delegates from the states wrote the U.S. Constitution
delegate A state representative.
constitution A written plan for government
ratify to approve
republic A system of government in which people elect representatives
Electoral College the group established by the Constitution to elect the president and vice president. Voters in each state choose their electors
compromise an agreement in which both sides in a dispute agree to give up something they want in order to achieve a settlement.
Created by: rappel121