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Yes, The Mayflower Compact was a document written by the Pilgrims (thus the title Mayflower) that set rules in the New World

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Q: Was the Mayflower Compact one of the earliest expressions of self government?
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The Mayflower Compact was an example of what?

The Mayflower compact was an early example of representative government.

Mayflower Compact was ruled by what type of government?

Democratic authority was established by the Mayflower Compact.

Where did the Mayflower compact?

The mayflower compact was an established tradition of elected Representative serving in the government.

What document was one of the first expressions of self governing in America?

The Mayflower Compact

What did the mayflower compact establish?

The Mayflower compact established a temporary form of self-government. The Mayflower compact was established and signed on November 11, 1620.

What did the Mayflower Compact contribute to the US government?

the mayflower compact help buy keeping laws in the land

How did the Mayflower Compact establish a representative government?

by the mayflower treaty of England

What type of government did Massachusetts have?

Mayflower compact.

What was the name of the pilgrims government?

Mayflower Compact

What established the colonial government?

Mayflower compact

What did the Mayflower Compact agree to do?

self government

The earliest document to which Americans can look at as a part of their democratic heritage is the?

The Mayflower Compact

What does the Mayflower Compact represent?

The Mayflower Compact represents one of the first attempts at self-government in the English Colonies.

What was the Mayflower compact and what it establish?

The Mayflower compact is the first written form of government and it was established November 21, 1620.

Who made the laws to the Mayflower Compact?

The Mayflower Compact contained no laws. It was an agreement written by the passengers of the Mayflower to follow Parliments laws and create a government.

Why is the Mayflower Compact important today?

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.

When did the Mayflower Compact start?

The 'Pilgrim Fathers' subscribed to a covenant for self-government - the Mayflower Compact - on their voyage to America in 1620 (on the board of the Mayflower - the ship).

What form of government did the Massachusetts bay colony use?

They had a Compact, The Mayflower Compact, which insured it. They had a compact

What was the agreement of government signed by the Pilgrims?

Mayflower Compact

How did the Mayflower Compact create a form of self-government?

why not

The Mayflower Compact is an example of?

democratic self-government

What kind of government was the Mayflower Compact?

Direct Democracy

What was the first document that had self government?

Mayflower Compact

What was the plan for pilgrims government called?

Mayflower Compact

What type of government did they establish in the colony?

mayflower compact.