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The Article split the central of power of the government into individual states, with little provision for a federal government. the federal government had no power to tax individuals, gave less power to the President allowed states to coin their own legal tender. The AofC also required unanimous consent from the states to enact new amendments. The Constitution created a more cohesive federal government, allowing for more centralized control of things such as coining money, enforcing laws, collecting taxes, and passing laws. Constitution Controversy Virginia plan: the number of representatives elected proportional to the size of the state’s population. New Jersey plan: equal The "Great Compromise" the upper house of the legislature (the Senate) would have equal representation among the states, favored by New Jersey, and the lower house (the House of Representatives) would be elected by population, favoring the large states, slave would be counted as three-fifths of a person in relation to population and taxation. Federalists supported the Constitution and wished to see it ratified but the Anti-Federalists disapproved of the
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