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The Connecticut Compromise was an agreement that large and small states reached during .... In the "Great Compromise," every state was given equal representation, previously known as the New Jersey Plan, in one house of Congress, and ...

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The Great Compromise. Delegates to the Constitutional Convention came from different backgrounds and held different political views. For example, they ...

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Their so-called Great Compromise (or Connecticut Compromise in honor of its architects, Connecticut delegates Roger Sherman and Oliver Ellsworth) provided  ...

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The Great Compromise was an agreement that defined the legislative structure and representation of each US state under the United States Constitution.

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The Great Compromise, or Connecticut Compromise as it is often called, proposed a solution to the heated debate between larger and smaller states over their ...

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The Great Compromise reached at the 1787 Constitutional Convention. Facts about the Great Compromise for kids, children, homework and schools.

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By Ray Raphael 5/10/2017 • American History Magazine. There would have been no Constitution without compromise, but politics trumped principles in ...

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Essential Question. How could our Founding Fathers balance the needs of the states as we created a national government?

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Connecticut Compromise definition, a compromise adopted at the Constitutional Convention, providing the states with equal representation in the Senate and ...