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Gis Plans

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Virginia PlanNew Jersey Plan
Written by James Madison andpresented by Edmund Randolph
Called for 3 branches of government– legislative, executive and judicial
 Two houses (bicameral) in thelegislative branch
Representation in both houses willbe based on population
Calls for a single executive(president)
 The executive can be removed byimpeachment and convention
Would be ratified (approved) by thepeople themselves
Presented by William Paterson
Calls for 3 branches of government –legislative, executive and judicial
One house (unicameral)
Representation will be equal
More than one person could beexecutive
 The executive can be removed by amajority of state executives
Would be ratified (approved) by thestates The New Jersey Plan is seem by many as a way of simply revising the Articles of Confederation rather than revising them.
Virginia PlanNew Jersey Plan
Written by James Madison andpresented by Edmund Randolph
Called for 3 branches of government– legislative, executive and judicial
 Two houses (bicameral) in thelegislative branch
Representation in both houses willbe based on population
Calls for a single executive(president)
 The executive can be removed byimpeachment and convention
Would be ratified (approved) by thepeople themselves
Presented by William Paterson
Calls for 3 branches of government –legislative, executive and judicial
One house (unicameral)
Representation will be equal
More than one person could beexecutive
 The executive can be removed by amajority of state executives
Would be ratified (approved) by thestates The New Jersey Plan is seem by many as a way of simply revising the Articles of Confederation rather than revising them.

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