1. At the Constitutional Convention of 1787, the Great Compromise
concerned mainly with
1. representation of the states in Congress.
2. the powers of the executive.
3. the question of slavery.
4. control of interstate commerce.
2. The Great Compromise settled the issue of representation in Congress
1. giving each state two senators and a number of representatives
based on population.
2. allowing all states to have equal representation in Congress.
3. having an equal number of members in each House of Congress.
4. limiting the population of large states.
3. At the Constitutional Convention of 1787, delegates from the small
most strongly supported the idea of
1. establishing a strong national executive.
2. levying taxes on exports.
3. popular election of Senators.
4. equal representation for the states in the national legislature.
4. When the United States Constitution was written, which compromise
reached by the authors to gain the support of the states with small
1. Congress would consist of both a House of Representatives and a
2. Five enslaved persons would be counted as three free persons for
the purpose of taxation.
3. The President would be selected by the direct vote of the people.
4. Exported goods could not be taxed, but imported goods could be
5. At the Constitutional Convention of 1787, the "Three-fifths Compromise
1. amendments to the constitution.
2. women’s rights.
3. representation in Congress.
4. The rights of accused persons.