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  • Summer in Philadelphia
  • It's so hot, it's unbareable!!
  • The mosquitos are everywhere and it stinks sooooooo much
  • We also propose to have the higher vote for states with higher population
  • Great Compromise
  • It was my idea first.....
  • We propose that there should be two houses of representitives
  • Great Compromise
  • Ahhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!!!
  • Then it will be approved!
  • During the times of the Summer of Philadelphia, it was an unbearable heat and mosquitos are everywhere. It stunk because waste would be dumped out and animal poop was everywhere.
  • 3/5 Compromise
  • We need to abolish this issue!
  • No, they shouldn't count at all!!
  • The Great Compromise was made to settle disputes between people of the New Jersey plan and the Virginia plan. The Virginia plan made it a higher vote for a higher population and the NJ plan had every state count as one vote.
  • 3/5 Compromise
  • How about for one slave it will count as 3/5 of a normal vote!
  • The Virginia plan included three houses of representatives while the NJ plan included only one. After the great compromise both plans were treated fairly as Virginia plan got the higher population voting while the NJ plan got to limit Virginia's plans houses down to 2.
  • Federalists/Anti-Federalists
  • I say we strengthen this Constitution!
  • The 3/5 compromise was an agreement made on an issue concerning popular vote. It was a problem because some of the states with not a lot of slaves would not get all of the population they would have.
  • I believe slaves should equal 1 vote!
  • They opposing sides finally agreed that a single slave would get 3/5 of a vote.
  • Agreed!!!
  • There were two type of people in the early stages of U.S government, Federalists and anti-federalists. Federalists wanted to strengthen the constitution while anti-federalists wanted the opposite.
  • No way!
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