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A document signed by king John In 1215, made the king subject to law Magna carta
A basic Principals and laws that states the power and duties of the government Constitution
The document declared that no person could be forced to attend a particular church or be required to pay church with tax money. Virginia Statute for Religous Freedom
The right to vote Suffrage
The single Branch of the national government, But it would have limited power In order to protect the liberties of the people Articles of conferderation
Official approval Ratification:
A system for surveying and dividing western lands Land Ordinance of 1785
Estimated the northwest territories Northwest Ordiance of 1787
Areas that are Illinois, Indiana, MIchigan,Ohio, Minnisota, and Wisconsin Northwest territory:
Taxes on imports or exports Tariffs
Trade between Two or more states Interstate Commerce
there are increased Prices for goods and services combined with the reduced value of money Inflation
A period of low economic activity combined with a rise in unemployment Depression
Revolutionary war veteran Daniel Shays
The uprising of former to protect high taxes and heavy debt. Shay’s Rebelion
called for a unicarmeral one-house, legistature, the Plan gave each state an equal number of votes, In the federal government New Jersey plan
The agreement to create a two-house legislature Great compromise
Under this agreement only ⅗ of a states slave population would count when determined repsentation. Three-fifths compromise
This is the idea that political Authority is in the hands of the people. Popular Sovereighty
Anti-federalists People that oppose the constitutions
George mason Convention delegate
Federalists Supports of the constitution
Federalists papers these essays supporting the constitution were written anonymous under the name
Bill of rights 10 of the proposed amendments intended to protest citizens rigths
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