Constitution Storyboard

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  • The New Jersey Plan is the sixth event that happened. This plan was by William Paterson that stated each state to have one vote in Congress instead of the number of votes based on the population. 
  • On July 16,1787 the Connecticut Compromise which is the seventh event of the Constitution, was an agreement from the large and small states that established a two-house legislature structure.
  • The Three-Fifths Compromise became the eighth event for the Constitution. This compromise stated the population of slaves in three-fifths in the South and North  by portioning the Presidential taxes and electors.  
  • After the Three-Fifths Compromise, the Federalists/Anti-Federalists came through around 1787. Both of these groups had different perspectives on the Constitution.
  • Federalists were the supporters that proposed the Constitution. They wanted a strong central government. On the other hand, Anti-Federalists disagreed and thought the Constitution granted too much power.
  • Furthermore, the 3 branches of government is the eleventh event in the Constitution: Legislative, Judicial, & Executive. Legislative makes the law. Executive invests in the President. Judicial interprets the law with the Court.
  • Separations of Power is the tenth event in the Constitution which is also known for Checks and Balances It gave power to the government in three different branches.
  • Sovereignty became the ninth event for the Constitution. Sovereignty is the supreme power or authority. So, sovereignty is stating the powers' in the government.
  • Amendment(s) 1-Freedom of Speech. 2-Right to Bear Arms. 3-The Housing of Solider. 4-Protection from Unreasonable Searches. 5- Protection of Rights to Life, Liberty, & Property. 6-Accused Persons in Criminal Cases. 7- Rights in CIvil Cases. 8- Excessive Bails, Fines,& Punishments Forbidden. 9-Other Rights Kept by the People. 10- Undelegated Powers Kept by The States & People.
  • Lastly, the Bill of Rights listed the 10 amendments and government powers.
  • The twelfth event that was going on in the Constitution is the Constitutional Convention. This event started in May and ended in September.  The Constitutional Convention was to discuss how to improve the Articles of Confederation.
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