Sherman's Argumentative Analysis

While the Constitutional Convention created the constitution, they also had many agreements and compromises along the way. They had made the Great Compromise, the ⅗ Compromise, and the Electoral College. While some did do good, it did not create equality.

The first decision they faced was how the states should be represented in the government. New Jersey suggested that the representatives should be equal among states. Alternatively Virginia said that the states should be represented based on population. The two states argued over what way they should be represented until Robert Sherman proposed that the have two different houses and have them use a form of representation in each. But this did not create equality because it only prevented more

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