Virginia Plan vs New Jersey Plan

Virginia Plan vs New Jersey Plan
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  • what is the articles of confederations?
  • The Articles of Confederations was served as the written document that established the functions of the national government of the United States after it declared independence from Great Britain.
  • Good afternoon everybody, today we are gathered here because the articles of confederation are weak from the government.
  • what is the Virginia Plan?
  • The Virginia Plan was a plan for representation and it would base representation on population of each state.
  • Hello guys, today we are gonna talk about the Virginia Plan.
  • The Virginia Plan also gave more power to the national government. It was a bicameral legislature.
  • Whats the New Jersey Plan?
  • Good morning guys, we all came he to talk about the New Jersey plan.
  • The New Jersey Plan was a plan for representation supported by smaller states, would base representation on equal representation for each state.
  • Whats that?
  • The Great Compromise set up a bicameral legislature, one would be based on representation by population (House of Representatives) and one would be based on equal representation (the Senate)
  • Good afternoon everyone today we will be talking about the Great Compromise.
  • What are those two things?
  • Today we are going to talk about the 3/5 compromise and the commerce compromise.
  • The 3/5 compromise determined how slaves would count as a part of each state's population, each slave would count 3/5ths of a person, and the commerce compromise was a congress could not tax exports from any state and would not regulate international slave trade for at least 20 years
  • What is the bill of rights and the ratification
  • The bill of rights was The first 10 Amendments to the U.S. Constitution/ added to the Constitution so that Anti-Federalists would agree to ratify the documents/ protects the people's rights and the ratification was the formal approval.
  • Today we are finally here for the last time to talk about the Bill of Right and the Ratification?
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