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  • 3/5 Compromise
  • At least I am represented in some way for once
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  • The Electoral College
  • We vote for the popular vote in our state.
  • The Commerce Compromise 
  • I import all of my inventory from foreign nations, but I hate import taxes! Stupid Congress!
  • This compromise counted every five slaves as 3 people in order to represent the populations in each state for purposes of representation and taxes. The compromise was supported by the south but the North argued with how slaves should be represented. 
  • Great Compromise
  • 2 senators per state
  • The Electoral college was created to elect a President by a vote in Congress and election of the President by a popular vote of qualified citizens. Votes for states are based on population. It still gives smaller states representation in elections and the majority decides what candidate the representatives will choose.
  • Virginia Plan
  • Proposed the 3 Branches: Judical, Executive, and Legislative
  • Based on Population
  • The compromise gave congress the right to regulate trade within the country and with forgien nations. It also gave Congress the power to impose taxes. It pleased the North who wanted to import manufactured goods and it pleased the south who did not want taxes on their unmanufactured exports. 
  • New Jersey Plan
  • Equal representation in the house
  • One house legislature
  • The plan took elements form the Virginia and New Jersey Plan. It created a bicameral legislature and the Senate had two representatives and the House had representatives based on the population of states. 
  • House of Representatives based on population
  • The plan proposed a strong central government with a bicameralism legislature. 
  • Supported by larger states
  • The plan proposed a one-house legislature with only one vote for each state. The compromise had the idea that federal government power should trump state government power. 
  • Supported by smaller states
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