The Mayflower Compact was not a constitution in the modern sense. It was a simple agreement among the Pilgrims that outlined basic rules for governing themselves in the newly established Plymouth Colony. It served as a temporary governing document until a more formal constitution could be created. The first written constitution in America was the Fundamental Orders of Connecticut, adopted in 1639.
Yes, there were several problems on the Mayflower. The ship was overcrowded with around 102 passengers, leading to unsanitary conditions and limited space. There were also storms that damaged the ship, causing leaks and making the journey more difficult. Additionally, there was tension and disagreement among the passengers, which resulted in the formulation of the Mayflower Compact to establish order and unity.
The document was called the Mayflower Compact because it was drafted and signed on the Mayflower ship in 1620 by the Pilgrims who were seeking religious freedom in the New World. The compact served as a governing agreement among the settlers, establishing rules and laws for their new colony.
To make sure the laws that were made were followed
It was a step toward self-government in the English colonies.
IT IS USED FOR STORING DATA AND INFORMATION
To make laws