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It also stated the present congress would remain and there would be an executive that would serve a single term. Now it seems to be a split between the two plans. The larger states are more in favor of my plan because it represents them better and makes the voting much more fair where as the smaller states feel that the New Jersey plan better represents them...
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The larger states are more in favor of my plan because it represents them better and makes the voting much more fair where as the smaller states feel that the New Jersey plan better represents them. We have no idea what is going to happen with the whole thing yet because of our split opinions...
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