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Constitution Framers

Match the facts to the Men who worked on the Constitution

George Washington Presiding officer of the Constitutional Convention In favor of strong national government
Alexander Hamilton Favored extremely powerful central government suggested life term for President killed in a duel
Edmund Randolph Presented the Virginia Plan Refused to sign final Constitution because it lacked a Bill of Rights
Gouverneur Morris Favored a strong central government Wanted rules/qualifications for voting and holding office
George Mason Wanted to stop slave trade Wanted Bill of Rights added to the Constitution
Roger Sherman Presented the Great Compromise (two houses in the legistative branch) Saw no reason for Bill of Rights Was not a fan of democracy
James Madison In favor of a strong national government Author of the Virginia Plan Known as the Father of the Constitution
Benjamin Franklin Oldest delegate at the Constitutional Convention In favor of a strong national government Often ill, arrived in a Chinese sedan chair
Created by: betsey