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What was the major difference between Virginia Plan and the New Jersey Plan?

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Answer choices A. The Virginia Plan created a unicameral legislature, while the New Jersey Plan created a bicameral legislature B. The Virginia Plan created a government that favored small states, while the New Jersey Plan created a government that favored larger states C. The Virginia Plan created a two-house legislature, while the New Jersey Plan created a one-house legislature D. The Virginia Plan gave the legislature the power to select the executive and the judiciary, and the New Jersey Plan created an elected president and Supreme Court E. The Virginia Plan proposed a new national government deriving its powers from the people, while the New Jersey Plan proposed revising the Articles to maintain a government deriving its powers from the states

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