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a change that is made to a law or legal document
Bill of Rights
(1689): No law could be suspended by the king; no taxes or army without Parliament's consent; no subject could be arrested or detained without legal process
to agree to accept something that is not exactly what you wanted or to reach a decision everyone can agree with
a plan for government
a meeting in Philadelphia where leaders worked on the writing of the constitution of the United States
a path settlers used to easily cross the Appalachian Mountains
freedom of press
the right to print all news that is true
freedom of religion
the right to worship as a person chooses
Roger Sherman's suggestion that the states with the largest populations send the most representatives to the House of Representatives but each state have the same number of representatives in the Senate.
the love of one's country
a government in which the citizens elect leaders to represent them.
a rule or a law
land ruled by a national government but which has no representatives in the government
being reliable and able to be trusted