U.s Compromises

U.s Compromises

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  • Northern states will not allow you to count slaves for your population.
  • The southern states need the slaves to be counted without them we would have little power.
  • At least it's more than half.
  • We have come to an agreement for the 3/5th compromise.
  • Well they don't have total power.
  • The 3/5 compromise made slaves count for only 3/5ths of the total population for any state. This helped for the power of states with slaves but hurt also for they were taxed for 3/5ths of the slaves as well.
  • 3/5 Compromise
  • GUYS! I have a solution!
  • New Jersey wants one house and EQUAL representation.
  • Virginia wants two houses and representation based on POPULATION.
  • There will be two main houses. This is the Senate.
  • And this is the House of Representatives.
  • The Great Compromise made it so the Legislative Branch was split into two houses, the Senate and the House of Representatives. The Senate would make equal representation in the upper house of Congress. The House of Representatives would make the representatives in the lower congress proportional to the population of said state.
  • The Great Compromise
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