Constituion And It'S Powers

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American History

 

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September 2, 2013

 

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He wants to have representation within the legislative branch to be based on population – he wants separation of checks and balances (throw them out and start again)- the small states threatened to bold the convention New Jersey Plan - William Paterson > strength unicameral congress. State by state voting, but he would give congress the opportunity to regulate trade (keep things the way they are and just change them) • Roger Sherman (Mass) “Great Compromise” three-fifths caluse (five slaves would count as 3 people) in regards to taxation as well, every ten years their was a census (expect the population in the South to grow faster, therefore they would have more representatives) Gouverneur Morris
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He wants to have representation within the legislative branch to be based on population – he wants separation of checks and balances (throw them out and start again)- the small states threatened to bold the convention New Jersey Plan - William Paterson > strength unicameral congress. State by state voting, but he would give congress the opportunity to regulate trade (keep things the way they are and just change them) • Roger Sherman (Mass) “Great Compromise” three-fifths caluse (five slaves would count as 3 people) in regards to taxation as well, every ten years their was a census (expect the population in the South to grow faster, therefore they would have more representatives) Gouverneur Morris
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