they helped establish government
Because they were forms of government
promoted self government.
The Mayflower Compact is a contract, or compact made by the people (the white males), to establish a government. The House of Burgesses was established in Virginia to govern the people.
The House of Burgesses was a representative assembly.
use democratic practices in government
steps toward representative government
they both run on a representative government
What was the mayflower compact
What is the connection between the mayflower compact and the house of burgesses?" Both contributed to the development of represinative democracy
Virginia had the House of Burgesses and Massachusetts had the Mayflower Compact.
Step toward colonial self-government
Steps toward colonial self-government
House of Burgesses, Mayflower Compact
The Mayflower Compact was one of the first to have a declaration of democracy to permanent settle in New England and the House of Burgesses was the first to legislate and make laws.
the order of connecticut, the Mayflower compact, and the House of Burgesses
The Mayflower Compact was written by the men oif the Mayflower, and it first brought the idea of a democratic and representative government to the colonies.
The Mayflower Compact represented a primitive form of self-government since the colonists knew that poor leadership and government would lead to a colony's downfall.
The Mayflower compact was an early example of representative government.
Democratic authority was established by the Mayflower Compact.
The mayflower compact was an established tradition of elected Representative serving in the government.
Both the Virginia House of Burgesses and the Mayflower Compact were early examples of representative democracy in the United States.
The Mayflower compact established a temporary form of self-government. The Mayflower compact was established and signed on November 11, 1620.
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