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Anti-Federalists only approved the commerce compromise after it was guaranteed that the SouthÕs exports would not be taxed and that Congress would not ban the slave trade for twenty years. The Anti-Federalists were against the national government having so much control over commerce.

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Which compromise guaranteed that the slave trade could exist for 20 years?

Commerce and slave trade compromise


What states were benefited them commerce and slave trade compromise?

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Why was the commerce compromise passed?

Southerners and Northerners were feuding over the government's tariffs and the Commerce Compromise was born.


How did the federalists feel about the commerce compromise?

Anti-Federalists only approved the commerce compromise after it was guaranteed that the SouthÕs exports would not be taxed and that Congress would not ban the slave trade for twenty years. The Anti-Federalists were against the national government having so much control over commerce.


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Why did antifederalists oppose Alexander Hamiltons plan?

Why did Antifederalists oppose Alexander Hamilton's plan


What does the word commerce mean?

The Commerce Compromise granted the U.S. Congress the right to levy taxes on imports, but not exports.


What was the great compromise and the constitutional convention?

The Constitutional convention and Compromises include the three-fifths compromise, the Great Compromise was between the small states, the Commerce Compromise, Slave Trade Compromise, and the election of the President.


What were the compromises the delegates agreed to make?

The major compromises that the delegates agreed to make were The Connecticut Compromise, The Three-Fifths Compromise, and The Commerce and Slave Trade Compromise.


Who proposed the commerce?

The Commerce Compromise was an agreement between the Northern and Southern states in regards to slavery. It was proposed by the northern states.


Compromise between north and south?

The compromises that the northern and southern states reached were the great compromise and the Three-Fifthy compromise


What were the major compromises the delegates agreed to make?

The major compromises that the delegates agreed to make were The Connecticut Compromise, The Three-Fifths Compromise, and The Commerce and Slave Trade Compromise.