The Three Fifth's Compromise


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  • The Three Fifths compromise
  • By: Cade Ruttley
  • Their was once a debate over if slaves. The Southern Delegates wanted slaves to get counted towards population, but the Northerners wanted slaves to determine taxes, but not representation.
  • To resolve this problem between the states some delegates thought of a compromise
  • The final decision to resolve the problem was to count three-fifths of the state's slave population and to count it towards representation. The compromise was called, "The Three Fifths Compromise".
  • The Three Fifths Compromise was important because it allowed 3/5 of the slave population to count towards representation allowing the southern states to get more power in congress.
  • The End
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