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Ratification is best defined as

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Nicholas Rivera on May 27, 2018

Ratification is a term used to describe when a group of people agree to a contract, treaty, or other document. In American history, this term is used quite frequently. For example, the ratification of the Constitution of the united states allowed this to be the new law of the land. This constitution replaced America's first constitution, the Articles of Confederation. If a document, treaty, or of a set of laws is not ratified, then it is not official.

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