Articles Of Confederation

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  • Shay's Rebellion
  • State Militia:I order you to stop shooting your guns!
  • We will not do as you say and we want our land back, Now!
  • Shay's rebellion made Americans worry about their Governments not being able to prevent violence .
  • No we will not respect your orders!
  • Constitutional Convention
  • Edmund Radolph
  • We are here to discuss the Articles of Confederation.
  • I propose a new National Government that will centralize power, but still allow states to retain rights.
  • Alexander Hamilton
  • The Vagirnia Plan
  • The Virginia Plan
  • I propose a plan for a new constitution to have a two house legislation, that will favor the larger states.
  • The New Jersey Plan
  • Why don't you try our plan that gives all states an equal say in the government.
  • The Great Compromise
  • The Three Fifths
  • I propose we have two houses of government instead of one major ruling house we have two main Leading government and these houses should be called the senate and the house of representatives, the senate having an equal amount of people in its house and the house of Representatives having a number of people from each state being proportional to the population of the state.
  • The New Jersey Plan
  • The Senate Two Senators per state
  • The Great Compromise was the name given to the agreement in the creation of the Legislative Branch in the Constitutional Convention. According to the compromise, Congress would have two houses, the Senate and the House of Representatives. The Senate would give equal amounts of Senators to each state and the House of Representatives would determine the number of representatives based on of the population of the state.
  • House of Representatives Based off of population
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