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Q: How did congressional balance between free and slaves effect the south?
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How were slaves to be counted when determine the number of Congressional districts per state?

Slaves counted as two-thirds of a person.

In 1819 what was the balance in congress between slaves states and free states?

At the end of 1819 (after the admission of Alabama as a new state) the balance was equal in the Senate and approximately equal in the House. The answer is complicated somewhat by the fact that many of the "free" states still had slaves. They were called free because they had laws limiting slavery or had provisions calling for emancipation over a period of years. The so-called free states mainly had congressional delegations who favored limits on slavery.

How did the three fifths compromise resolve conflict?

The Three-Fifths Compromise was a compromise over how slaves would be accounted for when determining population for congressional representation purposes. The conflict was between the Northern and Southern states.

How did the seasons effect the ancient Egyptian slaves lives?

The effect it was giving to the slaves was tremendously powerful why didn't the pharoh do something about it.

According to Article you Section 2 of the Constitution how were slaves to be counted when determining the number of congressional districts per state?

3/5 of the population of slaves were counted for each state

How were slaves to be counted when determing the number of congressional districts per state?

Slaves were counted by population by three-fifths of a person.

Should slaves be counted toward a states population total?

The Three-Fifths Compromise, settled on in 1787, determined that slaves would count as three-fifths of a person for the purposes of representation and taxation. This decision was a contentious compromise between states with varying numbers of slaves and helped shape the balance of power between states in the federal government.

How did the state compromise about slavery?

The Three-Fifths Compromise was an agreement between southern and northern states on how the population of slaves would be counted. The number was important since these numbers would be used for congressional representation as well as their stateâ??s tax burden.

The Missouri compromise required northerners to help capture escape slaves and return them to slaveholder in the south?

False . The plan kept the balance of power between the North and the South even in the Senate.

What effect did Eli Whitney invention have on slaves?

it made it better for slaves so they they won't have to constantly keep cleaning it.

Whay effect did slavery have on the English colonies?

the slaves died

What effect did triangular trade have?

The africans were forced to become slaves.