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It was the Virginia Plan that proposed Congress should be given more power over the states. James Madison drafted the plan in 1787.


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That slavery should not be allowed in any of the new states to the West.


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The Virginia plan proposed that representation in congress be based on?

Representation should be determined by population. While the New Jersey plan proposed representation would be equal for all states. :)


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Congress passes an Amendment. Bad answer. Congress SUGGESTS amendments to the states, which have so far ratified 80% of those proposed by Congress. The otherss the states did not ratify are dead and Congress can do nothing about it.


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Most amendMent to the constitution proposed by congress?

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