Compromise and Constitution
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resolution of balancing of power between small and large states is the _____.
Each slave counted as ____ of a person for census and representation.
Senate = each state gets 2 _____.
_____ = each state gets 2 delegates
House = ______ based on ____.
______ = representation based on population.
Resolution to slaves being part of population in states was ________.
Each slave counted as 3/5ths of a person for ____ and ____.
Federalist supported strong ________.
Example of Federalist would be _____.
Anti-Federalist supported strong ________ and protecting the rights of an individual.
What protected the rights of an individual?
The Great Compromise
Example of Anti-Federalist would be _____.
Federalism divided power between ____ and ________.
National and state government
Bill of Rights were the first 10 ______ of ______.
The ________ helped to get the Constitution ratified.
Bill of Rights
The Bill of Rights helped the Constitution get ratified by ....
gaining support and addressing concerns of Anti Federalist
Unit 2 Study Guide- Topic #1- Major Debates Prior to Ratification of the Constitution
Unit 3 Exam Study Guide
U.S. History - Ch. 5 - Study Guide Section 3
Labor Unions, Laws, and Strikes (Live Set)
Period 4: Manifest Destiny APUSH
Period 4: Government APUSH
Period 4: Market Revolution APUSH
Outcome of the American Revolution
Mexican and Haitian Independence Movements
Weaknesses of The Articles of Confederation