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They should only be counted for representation!!
They should only be counted for taxes!!
Let's just combine them.
The next issue was how to count slaves in ways of taxation and representation. Southern states wanted slaves to be counted for representation, but not taxes. The North wanted the opposite.
United States of America
1.U.S. citizens have freedom of speech, religion, press assembly, and petition 2.Citizens have the right to bear and keep arms 3.Government cannot force citezens to quarter troops 4.Citizens are protected from unresonable search 5.Government cannot force someone to testify against themselves 6.Citizens have the right to a fair and speedy trail 7.Citizens have the the right to a fair trail 8.Citizens are protected from cruel and unusual punishment 9.Citizens have rights not listed in constitution 10.Ungiven powers belong to the state or people
So, yet again, they decided to combine the ideas. three out of every five slaves would be counted for both taxation and representation. This was later known as the three-fifths compromise.
When the constitution was completed, there were three branches of government: judicial (courts), legislative (representatives and senate), and executive (presidency). This ensures separation of powers so that no branch gains more power than another.
After the Constitution was finalized, the states had to ratify (officially confirm) the constitution. However, not all the states would do so. They wanted a Bill of Rights
The Bill of Rights are as listed above.
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