By Nadia Higgins
Explains the fundamentals of ways the apostrophe is utilized in textual content, its objective, and the principles for its use.
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Does their point of view surprise you? added to protect the rights of citizens. The new national government will meet in New York in April 1789. S. Constitution. Answer the following questions: 1. How would a boardinghouse worker describe this scene to her friends? What might she notice? How would an Anti-Federalist react to this image? S. Constitution? 3. What would a Federalist, such as Robert Moore, think about this image? How might he describe this scene? 30 Glossary amendment (uh-MEND-muhnt) a change that is made to a law or legal document anarchy (AN-ur-kee) a situation without order or a leader in control boardinghouse (BOR-ding-houss) a house that provides food and lodging for paying guests confederation (kuhn-fed-uh-RAY-shun) a union of people or groups acting together convention (kuhn-VEN-shuhn) a large gathering of people who have a similar interest, such as a political issue delegate (DEL-uh-gate) a person who represents others or an entity, such as a state, at a meeting ratify (RAT-uh-fye) to approve or officially agree to something republic (ri-PUHB-lik) a type of government in which a country’s people elect representatives to govern the country treaty (TREE-tee) an official agreement that is made between countries or groups tyranny (TIHR-uh-nee) cruel or unjust rule of a country Learn More Further Reading Cheney, Lynne.
S. Constitution. html This Web site includes the images of the preserved Constitution as well as articles about its creation. S. Constitution, 9, 10, 12, 13, 18–21, 23–29 Virginia, 4, 14, 16, 17, 19, 20, 21, 29 Washington, George, 4, 18 About the Author Roberta Baxter has written about history and science for students of all ages. Her latest history books include The Bill of Rights, The Battle of Gettysburg, and The Dropping of the Atomic Bombs. Baxter has always enjoyed reading about the founding of the United States.
We the People: The Story of Our Constitution. New York: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, 2008. Fritz, Jean. Alexander Hamilton: The Outsider. P. Putnam’s Sons, 2011. Leavitt, Amie Jane. The Constitution: Defender of Freedom. Kennett Square, PA: Purple Toad Publishing, 2014. S. Constitution. html This Web site includes the images of the preserved Constitution as well as articles about its creation. S. Constitution, 9, 10, 12, 13, 18–21, 23–29 Virginia, 4, 14, 16, 17, 19, 20, 21, 29 Washington, George, 4, 18 About the Author Roberta Baxter has written about history and science for students of all ages.