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The Virginia Plan
New Jersey Plan
The Great Compromise
Yeah, we love equal representation!
The Virginia plan represented a plan that provided an advantage to the more populous states, or the larger ones. The delegates wished for a bicameral branch of government
The New Jersey Plan wanted equal representation for each state because they knew the larger state had advantages and would have a larger amount of representation. The delegates believed in an unicameral branch despite the size of the state
The Great Compromise took place in 1787 in which delegates from the states actually agreed and compromised on a balanced system where the upper house and lower house were valued equally in representation
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