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15 July, 15:42

1. What conflict did the Great Compromise resolve? how states would be taxed how states would elect the President how states would be represented in Congress how states would count their population

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    Answer: How states would be represented in Congress.

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    The Great Compromise was a measure decided during the United States Constitutional Convention in 1787. The Great Compromise resolved a dispute between small population states and large population states. The large population states wanted representation in Congress to be based on a state's population size. The smaller states feared this would lead to unchecked dominance by the big states; they wanted all states to receive the same amount of representation. The Great Compromise created a bicameral (two-chamber) legislature. Representation in the House of Representatives would be based on population. In the Senate, all states would have the same amount of representation, by two Senators.
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