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OK I know this is the wrong section for history but please help its the most peps on math section!

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  1. anonymous
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    What were the major point of new Jersey plan? The m talking bout the articles of confederation

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    Under the New Jersey Plan, the unicameral legislature with one vote per state was inherited from the Articles of Confederation. This position reflected the belief that the states were independent entities and as they entered the United States of America freely and individually, so they remained.

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    thanks u

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