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He voted in favor of the Conneticut Compromise (The Great Compromise) he signed the Constitution. He was against slavery because North Carolina was a large state and the smaller states wanted to count them as people for there population. (They came up with the 3/5 Compromise). Because the Virginia plan allowed the bigger states to have more power.

You sign a paper that says you are for/against what you are voting for.

Experts don't know if they signed at the Convention in Penssylvania in 1787 or not.

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