The New Jersey Plan was first introduced for the first time on June 15, 1787.The New Jersey Plan was created as a response to the Virginia Plan.
The person who introduced New Jersey plan was known as William Paterson. This is why it was commonly referred to as the Paterson Plan.
the New Jersey Plan
The New Jersey or ( Paterson ) plan was introduced By William Paterson a delegate from New Jersey as an attempt to equalize the representation of the states ( small states having less representatives than larger ones ) by giving each state one vote in a unicameral congress.
William Patterson introduced the resolution. It is not clear if he wrote it on his own.
Virginia favored the Virginia plan and New Jersey favored the New Jersey plan
Provisions of the new jersey plan
a provision of the New Jersey Plan?
cuz they tough it was important for all Americans to know about it
New Jersey Plan
William Patterson, governor of New Jersey, supported the New Jersey Plan.
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what were the major features of the New Jersey Plan
William Paterson was the the creator of the new jersey plan
no, new jersey wanted all states to have the same power
james madison for the virginia plan and william patterson for the new jersey plan
The New Jersey Plan was a proposal for the US Constitution. It was focused on insuring that small states got an equal share of representation in the government. In the final compromise, the New Jersey Plan served as the model for the current US Senate, every state has the same representation, regardless of size and population
the new jersey plan
Virginia Plan: James Madison of Virginia New Jersey Plan: William Paterson of New Jersey
The purpose of the New Jersey Plan is to thoroughly change the Articles of Confederation.
The New Jersey Plan did not work because it benefited smaller states
yes, but New Jersey wanted to change some of the parts this was called the New Jersey Plan. There is a link below to an article on the New Jersey Plan.
William Patterson wrote the New Jersey plan, James Madison wrote the Virginia plan