It was the process used to decide the number of representatives that could be elected to the House of Representatives by Southern states and the distribution of tax revenue. Each slave was counted as three-fifths of a person" rather than a whole individual in an attempt to keep Southern slave owners from gaining substantial power in government and financial advantage in the apportioning of taxes. also that some people can be such a b about f slaves
Representation in Congress and also direct taxes on the population of the states.
well i don't really know i just know that this was the Founding Fathers' "brilliant idea"
It was called the Great Compromise.
The Conneticut Compromise
The Great Compromise was also known as the Connecticut Compromise.
The Geat Compromise or the Connecticut Compromise
Great compromise or Connecticut Compromise
The Connecticut Compromise was also called the Great Compromise of 1787 or Sherman's Compromise.
the three fifths compromise
It is called a compromise. Examples are the Great Compromise, and the Three-Fifths Compromise.
Roger Sheman's. It was called "The Great Compromise".
I believe it is called the three fifths compromise.
The Connecticut Compromise.
Great Compromise Great Compromise
The_Great_Compromise_">It can also be called The Great CompromiseIf you are using it for the ESHS Gov. and Cit. 01 Packet it is just Great Compromise
The Great Compromise or Sherman's Compromise (Roger Sherman)
the great compromise
Federalists were in favor of the Constitution but anti-federalists were not because they were in fear of losing their rights. Congress included the Bill of Rights as a compromise to satisfy both parties. The compromise is commonly called the "Massachusetts Compromise"
The Connecticut Compromise is what established that the house of representatives would be based on population. This is also sometimes called the Great Compromise.
The Grest Compromise
Virginia Plan + New Jersey Plan = Great Compromise The Great Compromise, also called the Connecticut Compromise, was first suggested by Benjamin Franklin.
it's called a compromise.
The Missouri Compromise was not 1850 but 1820, and it was engineered by the politician Henry Clay. It was also Clay, in his old age, who was called out of retirement to engineer the Compromise of 1850.
the Connecticut Compromise a.k.a the Great Compromise