summer in phili

summer in phili

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  • Summer in Philadelphia
  • Ewwww.. a wild goat. Hey, why are the windows blacked out?
  • The Great Compromise
  • Virginia!
  • Now we shall vote on the the New Jersey plan or the Virginia plan.
  • Why don't we combine them!
  • The Great Compromise Continued
  • All right let's hear what you have to say.
  • If we had a a senate where each state had and equal vote and a congress where each state had a voet based on the population of each state we could satisfy all the states.
  • Summer 1787 was hot and wild anmials ran around every where. Despite the filth and heat the constitutional Convention blacked out the windows of liberty hall and proceeded to discuss a better government, in secret.
  • The Great Compromise Concluded
  • Mr.Madison, will you complete a constitution for us, including a bill of rights?
  • As the Convention is about to vote Roger Sherman speaks up and purposes the Great Compromise.
  • The 3/5th Compromise
  • New Jersey!
  • Perfect!! A slave will be worth 3/5th of a man!
  • As Sherman explains the compromise the Convention, they start to agree on the new form of government.
  • Ratification
  • The Convention agrees on the new government, and enlists the help of James Madison to write the new document.
  • YES!
  • YES!
  • I will do my best Sir.
  • What do we think of Mr.Sherman's proposal?
  • YES! but only if we have a bill of rights.
  • YES!
  • Not at all!
  • The Convention was having trouble dissideing if a slave should cut toward a states population or not. The North wanted slave not to cut and the South wanted the to count. Then James Madison and Roger Sherman suggest that a slave should cut as 3/5th of a normal man.
  • Should slaves count as a whole man in population counts or not at all.
  • Whole!
  • How about, 3/5th of a man!
  • Not at all!
  • Whole!
  • The Convention first meet on May 25th 1787 and ended on September 17 of the same year. The Convention ended with finished draft of the Constitution along with it's signing and adoption. On May 29th 1890 almost 3 years lated the last state ratified the Constitution.
  • Rode Island has Ratified the Constitution!!!!
  • Good job George, and you have been elected President!
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