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The 3/5 Compromise
The Commerce Compromise
The Virginia Plan
Also known as the 3/5 Clause, the 3/5 Compromise stated that a slave was worth 3/5 of a person, mainly for representation purposes and taxes.
The Commerce Compromise stated Congress could regulate interstate and foreign trade, but was forbidden to restrict slave trade until 1808 (one generation). In the meantime, Congress could impose a $10 tax per slave.
The Virginia Plan stated that there would be a bicameral legislature based on population. The Federal Government power was increased.
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