HIST 1305 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Three-Fifths Compromise, Connecticut Compromise, President Of The United States

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A christian revival movement (1800-1840) - tip to a proliferation of new churches & a dramatic increase in church membership nationwide. Peaked in the 1820s and 1830s - similar to the first great. Awakening in that outdoor, ery preaching was performed. Appealed to somebody on personal and emotional level. 1801, cambridge, ky, revival had 20,000 the great unwashed . Proposed by roger sherman during the constitutional conventionalism (also known as the connecticut. Compromise); called for a 3 branch government with a bicameral general assembly ; representation in. House of representatives based on a state"s population, but equal in the senate; also included the three- Fifths compromise; allowed both large and small & northern and southern states to be satis ed. 1803 supreme lawcourt case that established the construct of judicial review. Established the right of the supreme motor inn to decide whether or not federal of cial laws are constitutional.

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