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What are three issues that most of the delegates at constitutional Convention agreed on?
1. People are free to make their own government. 2. No one should be able to ignore the law. 3. The government has limits.
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James Madison and George Washington (plato)
The delegates to the Constitutional Convention had many items to discuss. Three issues that divided the delegates were the balance of powers among the branches of federal …government, how much power the centralized government would have, and which was first among the equal -the states or the federal.
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Delegates at the Constitutional Convention of 1787 agreed to the Three-fifths Compromise to solve a dispute directly related to?
Representation in congress.
Delegates at the constitutional convention of 1787 agreed to the three fifths compromise as a way to?
settle diffrences over representation in congress
They agreed with the south who owed slaves
They created 3 branches so not one group could gain too much power.Each branch has one way of checking each other powers this is called checks and balances.
Because it did not include a Bill of Rights.
Delegates at the Constitutional Convention of 1787 agreed to create a bicameral legislature as a way to?
address the issue of population differences among the states
Why did the delegates to the Constitutional Convention agree to keep discussions in their meetings a secret?
They wanted to be able to speak what was on their minds without public pressure
Pennsylvania sent eight delegates to the Constitutional Convention, making it the most represented state. Virginia was second, with seven delegates. Pennsylvania (8) George …ClymerThomas FitzsimonsBenjamin FranklinJared IngersollThomas MifflinGouverneur MorrisRobert MorrisJames Wilson
The key issue on which the delegates of the constitutional convention agreed was the need to create a government that could not trample over individual rights
They agreed that the Articles of Confederation needed to be re-written because the government was falling apart.
all agreed that the government should protect peoples rights.
give absolute power to the executive branch