homework 8.28.08 - Raul Danglade P:2 8/28/2008 Plans or...

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Raul Danglade P:2 8/28/2008 Plans or Compromise States, size, who benefited Provisions Virginia Plans Large states -Virginia -Pennsylvannia -Georgia -North Carolina -3 seperates branches -Representation in Government -Bicameral Legislature New Jersey Plans Small States -New Jersey -Vermont - Three - legislative, executive, and judicial. The legislature appoints people to serve in the executive branch, and the executive branch selects the justices of the Supreme Court. - One house (unicameral). States would be represented equally, so all states had the same power Connecticut Plans Large/Small - Connecticut - Delaware - Pennsylvania - Bicameral legislature consisting of a lower and upper house. - Judicial branch 3/5 Compromise Large - South Caroline - Delegates opposed to slavery generally wished to count only the free inhabitants of each state Commerce treat Compromise Small States -South and North - Protect slave holders, give power on the act
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Raul Danglade P:2 8/28/2008 Marbury was appointed to the supreme court by President J.Q. Adams just
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