Arvind Vinod Part 2

Arvind Vinod Part 2

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  • Well, I call this the Great Compromise. We can have a legislative branch with two houses. The House of Representatives can have representatives according to the population of the states that they come from while in the Senate, each state can have one representative.
  • Mr.Sherman, what is your plan?
  • I like it so I am fine with it.
  • Me too.
  • We like it too.
  • Okay then, I vote on The Great Compromise. What about you people?
  • I like that plan as well.
  • I think the slaves should be counted in our population and this is totally not for more power reasons.
  • I think that slaves shouldn't be counted in the population because we treat them as property.
  • Ok, now we face another issue. Will slaves be counted towards the population?
  • Roger Sherman comes up with The Great Compromise. It calls for a legislative branch that has two houses. In the House of representatives, the # of representatives depend on each state while in the Senate, each state can have one representative.
  • I do Mr. Washington. Me and Mr.Wilson came up with an idea where a slave would count as three-fifths of a person.
  • Yes, Mr. Sherman, do you have an idea?
  • The convention decided to adopt The Great Compromise into the upcoming Constitution.
  • It isn't bad at all
  • I am fine with it.
  • We are also happy with it.
  • Again, I like this plan. It's a good solution, for now.
  • Not bad at all!
  • I guess I am a federalist. I really like this new Constitution and I hope my state would ratify it.
  • The big states wanted the slaves to count for the population because they had a lot of slaves and the more the population increases, the more representatives the state gets. The small states didn't want the slaves because they didn't have much slaves and the big states would have more power over them.
  • I don't think this government would work for us and there is no Bill of Rights. Since I disapprove, I am an Anti-Federalist.
  • Roger Sherman and James Wilson come up with the 3/5ths Compromise. This is where a slave would count as 3/5ths of a person which almost solves the issue for the big and small states.
  • The convention also takes in the 3/5ths Compromise in the Constitution. They also finish the other parts of the Constitution and they present it to the states and their people.
  • When they introduced the Constitution, people had separate views on it. Federalists were people who liked the Constitution and wanted to ratify it while the Anti-Federalists saw faults in the Constitution and wanted a Bill of Rights, which they eventually got and then they ratified the Constitution.
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