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U.S. Constitution
a) established the first representative government in the colonies b) (written in 1787, ratified in 1789) – the supreme law of the United States c) signed in England, limited the power of the king d) declared the colonies separate from Britain; granted all men certain unalienable rights
Philadelphia Constitutional Convention of 1787
a) created a two-house legislature, one with representation based on population (Virginia Plan) and one with equal representatio b) slaves would count as 3/5 of a person when counting for representation and taxation c) delegates met to revise the Articles of Confederation (make the federal government stronger) d) AGAINST the new constitution without adding a Bill of Rights; Patrick Henry, George Mason
3/5 Compromise
a) created a two-house legislature, one with representation based on population (Virginia Plan) and one with equal representatio b) first national written constitution (plan of government) created a weak federal government, gave more power to the states tha c) declared the colonies separate from Britain; granted all men certain unalienable rights d) slaves would count as 3/5 of a person when counting for representation and taxation
Great Compromise
a) created a two-house legislature, one with representation based on population (Virginia Plan) and one with equal representatio b) delegates met to revise the Articles of Confederation (make the federal government stronger) c) first national written constitution (plan of government) created a weak federal government, gave more power to the states tha d) signed in England, limited the power of the king
Federalists
a) no decision about slavery for 20 years b) FOR the new constitution with a strong federal government; Alexander Hamilton, James Madison c) AGAINST the new constitution without adding a Bill of Rights; Patrick Henry, George Mason d) slaves would count as 3/5 of a person when counting for representation and taxation
Anti-Federalists
a) slaves would count as 3/5 of a person when counting for representation and taxation b) AGAINST the new constitution without adding a Bill of Rights; Patrick Henry, George Mason c) FOR the new constitution with a strong federal government; Alexander Hamilton, James Madison d) no decision about slavery for 20 years
Declaration of Independence (1776)
a) first national written constitution (plan of government) b) declared the colonies separate from Britain; granted all men certain unalienable rights c) the first written constitution in the colonies d) established a self-government in Plymouth, Massachusetts for the Pilgrims
Articles of Confederation (1781)
a) established a self-government in Plymouth, Massachusetts for the Pilgrims b) the first written constitution in the colonies c) declared the colonies separate from Britain; granted all men certain unalienable rights d) first national written constitution (plan of government)
Virginia House of Burgesses (1619)
a) first national written constitution (plan of government) b) declared the colonies separate from Britain; granted all men certain unalienable rights c) established the first representative government in the colonies d) signed in England, limited the power of the king
Magna Carta (1215)
a) declared the colonies separate from Britain; granted all men certain unalienable rights b) established a self-government in Plymouth, Massachusetts for the Pilgrims c) established the first representative government in the colonies d) signed in England, limited the power of the king
Mayflower Compact (1620)
a) established a self-government in Plymouth, Massachusetts for the Pilgrims b) the first written constitution in the colonies c) first national written constitution (plan of government) d) declared the colonies separate from Britain; granted all men certain unalienable rights
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