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  • Articles of Confederation 
  • I know but we have to do it!
  • Sir, I don't know if this is the best thing to do for us and our citizens, but we have to do of what we do. 
  • Shay's Rebellion 
  • FIGHT.......... Fight DEBTS
  • Constitutional Convention 
  • WOOHOOO!!!!!
  • The Articles of Confederation was the first government system of the U.S.  It was ratified in 1781 and was replaced by the Constitution.  
  • Compromises
  • So what are we doing!!
  • Shay's Rebellion was led by Daniel Shay and started largely due financial difficulties.  There was a post war of economic depression and harsh state government policies made to solve the state's debt. 
  • Plans
  • Ok, that sounds fair!
  • The purpose was for the leaders to revise the Articles of Confederation.  On September 7, 1787 the Constitution was signed by the 39 out of the 55 delegates.
  • Final Ratification of the Constitution 
  • WOOHOOOOOOOOOO.......
  • There are 2 compromises; the great and 3/5 compromise. The Great Compromise is an agreement that large and small states reached; each state is equally represented based on population. The 3/5 compromise is counting slaves towards population in regards to representation in the house of reps( 3/5 of a person). 
  • There are 2 states, Virginia and New Jersey. Virginia is drafted by James Madison and the legislative branch consisting 2 houses. Larger states had more votes.  New Jersey had a single house legislative have one vote(regardless of size). 
  • The bill of rights was proposed to the Congress in 1789 (North Carolina ratified the Constitution).  In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania they were revising the Articles of Confederation.  Ended on September 17, 1787.  
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