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  • Summer In Philadelphia
  • I can not stand this heat, what is up with the weather!
  • I know tell me about it! The animals waste is becoming unbearable!
  • Hmm... Why are all the windows covered?
  • The New Jersey plan was 1 house and believed that each state has a vote and equal votes for each state and we are anti slavery
  • The Great Compromise
  • The Virginia Plan is that there are 2 houses unlike the New Jersey. The laws depended on population and believed in a strong national government. If was also pro slavery.
  • The Great Compromise
  • The great compromise comes to conclude that we plan to keep the two houses. One for representatives and the other for senate.
  • Summer in Philadelphia was definitely hard from the strong blazing heat to the constant smell of garbage and the waste of animals invading the city. Not to mention the misquitos bitting everyone.
  • The 3/5th Compromise
  • I propose that slave will be counted as 3/5th of a person, but they will still not be allowed to vote.
  • Virginia and New Jersey both had different ideas of how the government should be set up. Virginia wanted the laws to depend on the population while, New Jersey believed each state should have a vote. Viriginia was also Pro Slavery and New Jersey was anti slavery.
  • The 3/5th Compromise
  • As a citizen of the south I think the slaves should be counted in the population but will not vote.
  • As a citizen of the North I disagree and think they should not be counted.
  • The Great Compromise Contributes both the New Jersey and Virginia plan. Roger Sherman was the main writer for the Great Compromise.
  • Difference between Anti-Federalist and Federalist
  • I am a federalist and think that the constitution will create a national government and strong enough to unite the states into a single republic.
  • I am an Anti-Federalist and I want a Bill of Rights to protect the rights of the people.
  • The 3/5 compromise was brought to attention by James Madison. Although the North and South both had completely different thoughts on the situation.
  • The 3/5th compromise concluded of using both ideas from the North and South to create and agree on the 3/5th compromise.
  • The Bill Of Rights was added to the constitution to be approved on Anti-Federalist side. George Washington signed off on this resolution on October 2nd 1789
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