Pros And Cons Of The Great Compromise

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How two big arguments turned into big agreements. A Compromise is when two people or states can't agree on something because they both want something different. The two compromises that came out of the constitutional convention are the Great Compromise and the ⅗ Compromise. The Great Compromise was an agreement between the larger states and the smaller states about their representation. The first plan was the Virginia plan which had the senate and the House of Representatives and this made it where it was based on the people which meant if the people in a certain amount from each state voted on something then it would be passed and in the states, this plan favored the larger states because of their larger populations. The second plan was

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