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it gave the people the power to make laws and elect leaders.

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The question " How was the Constitution influenced by the Mayflower Compact?" has a fairly simple answer. It is because the Constitution as is the Mayflower Compact were formed on the same bases. The bases of equality and the fact that everyone was created equal. It also indirectly states back to the Constitution that we all have unalienable rights. "Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit Of Happiness."

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The mayflower compact had no influence on the articles of confederation. There is over a 100 years difference in the two and it was made to govern the small group of Pilgrims in 1620.

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the orginal answers right bub were just trying to make it through apex 

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it gave the people the power to make laws and elect leaders - apex

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