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M1L3 FA - Civics

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What were the state representatives called who attended the Constitutional Convention? Delegates
Which compromise determined that part of Congress would be based on equal representation and one part of Congress would be based on population.What was the Great Compromise? Great Compromise
Which compromise determined that every 5 slaves would count as 3 whites toward a state’s population? 3/5 Compromise
The ____________ believed that the U.S. Constitution gave too much power to the federal government and not enough to the states and the people. Anti-Federalists
The _________ favored a strong federal government and the ratification of the Constitution. Federalists
Created by: Rhiana311