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XXIV – The Constitutional Convention. Delegates Meet 1. 1787 in Philadelphia 2. Locked the door and windows = HOT 3. Big bunch of rich white guys Want to change Articles of Confederation 1. Decided just to get rid of the A of C. – The Constitutional Convention. Arguments

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xxiv the constitutional convention
XXIV – The Constitutional Convention
  • Delegates Meet

1. 1787 in Philadelphia

2. Locked the door and windows = HOT

3. Big bunch of rich white guys

  • Want to change Articles of Confederation

1. Decided just to get rid of the A of C

the constitutional convention
– The Constitutional Convention
  • Arguments

1. Large States vs. Small States

2. State Power vs. National Power

3. Power to President or Presidents

4. Slavery

  • Two Plans

1. Virginia Plan – James Madison

2. New Jersey Plan

the constitutional convention1
– The Constitutional Convention
  • The Great Compromise

1. Roger Sherman combined the two plans

2. New Constitution

  • First political parties

1. Federalists – want national government

2. Anti-Federalists – want state power

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