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the compact was written to make everyine to follow the rules and to make just and fair

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What year was the mayflower compact written?

The Mayflower Compact was written in 1620.


Where was the mayflower compact written?

The Mayflower Compact was written in there destination which they landed in


What are 2 reasons not written in the mayflower compact that pilgrims came to America?

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The state the Mayflower compact was in?

The Mayflower compact was written for the colony in Massachusetts


Who wrote the mayflower compact?

The Mayflower Compact was written by a Mayflower passenger William Bradford in November 1620.


How did the mayflower compact get its name?

The Mayflower Compact got its name from the ship the Mayflower that's where it was signed and written.


Who wrote mayflower compact?

The Mayflower Compact was written by a Mayflower passenger William Bradford in November 1620.


Who wrote the Mayflower compact'?

The Mayflower Compact was written by a Mayflower passenger William Bradford in November 1620.


The mayflower Compact was written by the Plymouth colonists as a?

The Mayflower Compact was written by the Plymouth Colonists as a law and order contract.


Where was Mayflower Compact written?

it was on the ship


Who was the Mayflower Compact written to?

The pilgrims


Which covenant was written by the Pilgrims?

(Mayflower Compact)


What was the pilgrims' written agreement?

The Mayflower Compact


What covenant was written by the pilgrims?

the Mayflower Compact


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.


The Mayflower Compact was a document that?

what is the mayflower compact


How does the Mayflower Compact relate to the teachings of John Locke?

Because he believed some of the same things that were written in the Mayflower Compact.


What was the name of the document written by the pilgrims?

The Mayflower Compact


What was First written constitution in America was?

mayflower compact


What colony was the Mayflower Compact written?

it was in Massachusetts on the ship


Pilgrims' written plan of government?

the Mayflower Compact


What did the Pilgrims and the Mayflower Compact have in common?

When the Pilgrims landed in Plymouth they wrote to Mayflower Compact ( it was written on the ship they were on named the Mayflower) as a means to govern their new colony.


How can the Mayflower Compact best be described as?

The Mayflower Compact was the first written governing document. Basically, it was the first ever written document about government in the United States.