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Which point in the Virginia Plan was objected to by supporters of the New Jersey Plan?
Larger states would have more representatives in Congress
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Which of the following is true of the Virginia and the New Jersey plans that were presented at the Constitutional Convention?
They illustrated the struggle between states for representation and power in the creation of the new government
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How are the Virginia Plan and the New Jersey Plans differences resolved in the Great Compromise?
-Great Compromise- a two chambered congress with house and equal representation of the states. they are combined for the G.C.
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What did the New Jersey Plan propose for Congress?
The creation of a bicameral Congress
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What was the New Jersey Plan propose for Congress?
Representaion would be equal for each state
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How did the Virginia Plan differed from the New Jersey Plan?
Virginia appealed to delegates from some states and New Jersey had equal amount of numbers
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Which state would have been pleased by both the New Jersey Plan and the three-fifths clause?
How did the Virginia Plan differ from the New Jersey Plan?
Under both plans there three branches of government but under the New Jersey plan the legislative branch would have one house of representatives. The New Jersey plan backers wanted this because it made their states equal to the larger states. The Virginia Plan backers wanted two houses and states would be represented on the basis of their population. Large states would have more votes than small states.
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The core component of the New Jersey Plan was that
Each state would be equally represented in the regime regardless of that state’s population
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During the Philadelphia Convention, the New Jersey Plan was supported by
the less populous states
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