Why is the Mayflower Compact important?

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The Mayflower Compact is important because it was an assurance the settlers from the Mayflower, that colonized Plymouth, MA, would establish a fair government that was guided by the majority. The Mayflower Compact was made in 1620.
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It was the first document setting out guidelines for Democracy and rule by FREEMEN. That was still a limited group of people. Like today huh!
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The men on the Mayflower had prior knowledge that a lack of government was the reason other colonies had failed. So all 41 men signed the compact to provide fair and equal laws to
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It is a written agreement between the new Settlers arriving at New Plymouth in November of 1620. The compact gave the settlers the power to make laws for good.
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The pilgrims created the Mayflower Compact in 1620 when they settled in Plymouth, MA to ensure a fair and just government that would be ruled by majority. ...
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