Constitution Compromises

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  • The Northern and Southern states argued over whether or not slaves should be considered part of the population.
  • You treat the "other persons" as dogs and yet you have the audacity to say that they are part of your population!
  • My Slaves should be counted as part of the population.
  • For some reason, it was decided that 3/5 of the slaves would be counted for taxation and representation.
  • How about we count three fifths of the slaves as part of the population, for representation and taxation.
  • That George Washington is really smart isn't he.
  • Our problems can be solved by editing the Articles of Confederation.
  • No, the Articles of Confederation are too weak, in order to be a respectable country we must have a different form of government!
  • No! Without a Bill of Rights, the government will not respect the rights of the people.
  • Alright, we shall include a bill of rights, but after we sign the document.
  • A Bill of Rights is not necessary, in fact it is dangerous to include one.
  • Several years after the constitution was ratified James Madison set to work writing a Bill of Rights.
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