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Constitutional Convention A convention that took place from May 25th to September 17th, 1787 in which 55 delegates gathered to draft a stronger basis of government for the new nation of the United States of America.
The powers of Government were separated into three branches of government: - Legislative Branch: Writes the laws - Judicial Branch: Determines if laws are consistent and if the laws that pre-exsist are violated. - Executive Branch: Implement and enforce the laws that made.
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