anonymous
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How did the Articles of Confederation equalize power among the states? Each state had votes based on their population only. Each state had two standard votes, and then some votes based on size. Each state had one vote, so smaller states were equal with larger states. Each state had some votes based on population and some based on size.
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anonymous
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Each state had votes based on their population only. Each state had two standard votes, and then some votes based on size. Each state had one vote, so smaller states were equal with larger states. Each state had some votes based on population and some based on size.
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Which of the following did the New Jersey Plan help most? Central government Large states Small states Judicial branch

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anonymous
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I think it is smaller states
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Much has been said of the impropriety of representing slaves. But representation and taxation go together. Would it be just to impose a burden, without giving an advantage? Read the quotation. To which issue is this quotation related? The formation of the Electoral College The Great Compromise The question of state vs. federal power The Three-Fifths Compromise
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its been 4 years since i've done this so i might be a little rusty.
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C i think...

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