Proposed by Roger Sherman, the Conneticut Compromise was for the government to be made up of two houses (bicameral), the senate, and the house of representatives.
- By Kylie Taylor Carmen-
"Bicameral"-which meant it consisted of 2 chambers, the senate and the house. The Senate would have an equal number of representatives(2 to be exact). They would be chosen by the state legislature. while the house would have a represantative for every 30,000 residents of the state. they were elected by the people.
The provisions of the Connecticut compromise were aimed at providing quality in all states. One of the main provision was that the House of Representatives will have members who are proportionate to the population of the state.
Congress was to be composed of two houses, with equal representation in one and proportional representation in the other
The Connecticut Compromise helped resolve issues related to representation in Congress.
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The Connecticut Compromise was reached at the Constitutional Convention that took place in 1787. It was a compromise regarding the representation each state was entitled to under the US Constitution.
The Great Compromise, also known as the Connecticut Compromise, solved the issue of how the states were represented in congress. Resolved in the Constitutional Convention of 1787, the Great Compromise solved the problem of representation for smaller states by having Congress have two senators for the Senate and proportional representation in the House of Representatives, based on population of the state.
The great Compromise, or Connecticut Compromise, set up Congress by havin a fight.
Roger Sherman and Olliver Ellsworth, delegates from Connecticut are the framers of the Great Compromise or the Connecticut Compromise.
The Connecticut Compromise was also called the Great Compromise of 1787 or Sherman's Compromise.
Great compromise or Connecticut Compromise
"The Connecticut Compromise, otherwise know as the Great Compromise of 1787 or Sherman's Compromise, occurred on May 29, 1787."
The Great Compromise or Connecticut Compromise was proposed by Connecticut delegate Roger Sherman to combine both the Virginia Plan and New Jersey Plan.
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it was a great compromise.
The Great Compromise or the Connecticut Compromise.