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14 October, 17:45

Which description of the Great Compromise, also known as the Connecticut Compromise, was reached at the Constitutional Convention in 1787? The president and vice president would be chosen by a group of delegates chosen by votes in each state. Seventy-five percent of the state legislatures would have to vote for an amendment to the Constitution before it could be ratified. Congress would be composed of two houses: one in which representation was based on a state's size, and one in which every state was represented equally, regardless of size. Every citizen would be allowed to vote in state elections, but only those citizens who owned property would be given the right to vote in national elections.

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  1. 14 October, 19:15
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    The president and vice president would be chosen by a group of delegates chosen by votes in each state.
  2. 14 October, 19:27
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    Congress would be composed of two houses: one in which representation was based on a state's size, and one in which every state was represented equally, regardless of size.
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