The Great Compromise created a bicameral Congress.
Connecticut's Compromise and (Roger) Sherman's Compromise
the great compromise was primarily related to representation in congress
what were 3 key provisions of the great compromise.
Depends on what compromise you're talking about. If you're talking about The Great Compromise in the 18th Century, then another name for it is the Three-Fourths Compromise.
The Cleveland compermise
There are two other names commonly used for 'Great Compromise of 1787'. One of them is 'Connecticut Compromise', the second is 'Sherman's Compromise'.
The_Great_Compromise_">It can also be called The Great CompromiseIf you are using it for the ESHS Gov. and Cit. 01 Packet it is just Great Compromise
The Connecticut Compromise
It will require a great compromise for those two countries to make peace with one another.
The bundle of compromise was a name for the US Constitution mainly because of the Great compromise and the 3/5 compromise
Roger Sherman of Connecticut first suggested the Great Compromise
The Connecticut Compromise was also called the Great Compromise of 1787 or Sherman's Compromise.
The Connecticut compromise is the same exact thing as the great compromise its just another name for it. so the Connecticut compromise/ the great compromise is when the larger states wanted the representatives to be determined on population and the smaller states wanted the representatives to be determined on equality/ equal amount of people on each side for representatives. so they came up with The House of Representatives and the Senate to solve the problem. The great compromise solved a lot of problems and issues that people had.