anonymous
  • anonymous
What was the “Great Compromise” in drafting the new constitution? a plan to create new states in the Northwest a plan to create a unicameral federal legislature a plan to limit slavery in the Northwest a plan for states’ representation in Congress a plan to create a federal judiciary with state nominees
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anonymous
  • anonymous
The Great Compromise, also known as the Connecticut Compromise, was one of the most important compromises reached during the drafting of the United States Constitution in 1787. The delegates were trying to figure out how each state would be represented in Congress.
anonymous
  • anonymous
that should answer your question
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  • anonymous
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