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What is federalism? the sharing power between the federal and state governments
what is enlightenment? It was a movement of the 1700s that promoted knowledge, reason, and science as the means to improve society
what is an article? parts of the Constitution that describe the powers and responsibilities of each branch
what is an electoral college? made up of presidential electors. Each state's voters select electors to cast their votes for the president and vice president. Each state has as many electors as it has senators and representatives in Congress.
what is ratify? to approve
who and what were the federalists? They supported the Constitution. Benjamin Franklin and George Washington were Federalists
who were the anti federalists? They were individuals who opposed ratification of the Constitution
what is an amendment? It is something that is added to a document
Created by: julief4