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The Constitution and the New Republic

An absolute ruler unrestrained by law or constitution.
A select group
An organized body having the authority to make laws for a political unit
The execution of the laws and the conduct of public and national affairs.
A law set forth by a governmental authority
Oppresive absolute power and authority exerted by government
Divided power among the branches of government
First president of the United States.
Protested the ratification of the Constitution
One house legislature. Expanded congress's rights to tax and regulate trade.
Supported the ratification of the Constitution
New York Lawyer. Dominate figure of the Federalist party.
Belonging to the branch of government that is charged with trying all cases that involve the government and with the administration of justice
Refusal to take part in a war between other powers
A two house national legislature
Conduct or speech inciting people to rebel against the authority of a state or monarch
A person acting for another. A representative
Government by the people
Slaves count as three-fifths of a free person.
Supreme power especially over a body politic.
Favored a modest central government with power to the people.
Won presidency in the election of 1800
Important member of the republican party and was allied with Thomas Jefferson
Introduced the Virginia plan to the convention in Philadelphia.
A schedule of duties imposed by a government on important or in some countries exported goods.