a_lect_3 - JANUARY 26TH THE CONSTITUTION LECTURE 2 The...

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JANUARY 26 TH THE CONSTITUTION LECTURE 2
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The Connecticut Compromise (aka, the Great Compromise) Each side got one of the two legislative chambers fashioned to its liking. A Upper chamber: two delegates sent from each state legislature who would serve a six-year term. A Lower chamber: population-based A more powerful legislature: A Now only majority required to pass legislation. A Article 1, Section 8. Commerce clause and the Necessary and Proper clause.
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Madison: Federalist #10 What is he worried about? A Factions: a number of citizens… united or actuated by some common impulse of passion, or interest, adverse to the rights of other citizens or community interests. “Liberty is to faction, what air is to fire…”
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Federalist #10 Solutions? A Deny liberty A Give everyone the same opinion A Large republic Why is representation important? Why should the republic be large?
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Federalist #51 “If men were angels, no government would be necessary.” People are selfish, representatives would be selfish too.
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