History project Felix

History project Felix

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  • Summer in Philedelphia
  • This place is terrible. It is littered in trash and it is burning hot.
  • The Great Compromise
  • Everybody here is so dirty and sweaty. Except for me.
  • I'm Roger Sherman. I created the Great Compromise which is made up of The House of Representatives and he Senate
  • The 3/5 Compromise; Northern Feelings
  • We fear that the South will get more say than us because they're counting slaves in population.
  • The summer in Philadelphia was hot, there was many mosquitoes, and not much hygiene
  • 3/5 Compromise Southern View
  • We have too few representatives in the house. we want to count slaves in population so we can get more representation.
  • Delegates from Virginia and New Jersey argue about representation. The Virginia plan wanted 2 houses based on population. The New Jersey plan wanted one house that wanted states to have equal votes. The Great Compromise created 2 houses called the House of Representatives and the Senate which was good for big and small states.
  • Federalists
  • I am James Madison and I support the Constitution. I think it will create a strong government.
  • The Northern states were against slave representation. They feared that the South would get more representation because of the bigger slave population.
  • Anti-Federalists
  • I am Patrick Henry and i fear that the president will have too much power and rule like a king.
  • The South wanted Slaves to count in representation because they wanted more representatives in the house, they felt like they had too few.
  • Federalists supported to Constitution. Federalists believed that the Constitution would create a national government that was strong enough to unite all the states together
  • Anti-Federalists were against ratification of the Constitution. Anti-Federalists feared that Congress would ruin the country with taxes. They thought that the president had enough power to rule like a king. Anti-Federalists agreeded to sign the Constitution if there would be a Bill of Rights added in the future.
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