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15 July, 02:40

Which plan resolved the issue of representation for the U. S. Constitution?

the Rhode Island Agreement

the New Jersey Plan

the Connecticut Compromise

the Virginia Plan

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  1. 15 July, 03:13
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    the Connecticut Compromise

    Explanation:

    The Great compromise of 1787, also called the Sherman compromised, or even The Connecticut Compromise, is the name given to an agreement among several states that happened during the Constitutional Convention, back in 1787.

    This all happened because some States believed that all States should have equal representation, while others found it insulting since there were states with a much larger territory and/or population.

    The compromise was based primarily on the idea of having 1 representative for each 40.000 people in a State in the lower house and an equal vote in the upper house. After 6 weeks of turmoil, and a change of votes of some States, they were given equal representation in one house and proportional in other.
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