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ch13 s3

based on guided reading chapter 13 section 3

all problems that developed in the 1780s were due to the weaknesses of the articles of confederation.
the government needed the power to tax, regulate trade, and put together armies. this would retain peace and respect from other countries.
in september 1786, five states sent delegates to a meeting to discuss issues of state in annapolis, maryland.
in february of 1787, the confederation congress approved a convention to revise the articles of confederation.
the four georgia delegates who attended the constitutional convention were william few, william pierce, william houston, and abraham baldwin.
the constitutional convention met in independence hall, where the declaration of independence was signed.
james madison's plan for the new federal government was introduced as the virginia plan.
bicameral legislature a legislature with two houses.
the great compromise introduced a bicameral legislature composed of the house of representatives and the senate.
house of representatives house in which representation was based on population. based from the virginia plan.
senate house in which representation was divided evenly between the states. based from the new jersey plan.
three-fifths compromise how to count slaves. each slave counted as three-fifths of a representative.
ratification public approval.
the federalist papers were written by alexander hamilton, james madison, and john jay.
the bill of rights the first ten amendments of the constitution protecting citizen's rights from the government.
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