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Federalist Papers – Virginia Plan – Proposed massive changes including separation of powers. Each state is represented in proportion to its population, Congress has general power, plan favored by larger states Connecticut Compromise – called for a House proportionate to population and a Senate in which all states were represented equally. Compromise between the Virginia plan and the new jersey plan (large and small states), necessary for the ratification of the constitution Electoral College - Chooses the same number of electors as it has senators and representatives in Congress. If a candidate receives a majority of the electoral votes, that person is elected president. If there is no majority, it moves to the House, with each state having one vote. Three-Fifths Clause – Classical Liberalism – Political culture – collection of beliefs and values about the justification and operation of a country’s government Classical liberalism – a philosophy that elevates and empowers the individual as opposed
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