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Taken from: Delegate Votes on 28 Motions at the United States Constitutional Convention, 1787.

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Taken from: Delegate Votes on 28 Motions at the United States Constitutional Convention, 1787.

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Taken from: Delegate Votes on 28 Motions at the United States Constitutional Convention, 1787.

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Taken from: Delegate Votes on 28 Motions at the United States Constitutional Convention, 1787.

dv30

To add a clause requiring a degree of national judicial consent for the use of the executive veto.

Taken from: Delegate Votes on 28 Motions at the United States Constitutional Convention, 1787.

sv30

To add a clause requiring a degree of national judicial consent for the use of the executive veto.

Taken from: Delegate Votes on 28 Motions at the United States Constitutional Convention, 1787.

dv34

To broaden the national legislature's veto power over the states, giving it absolute veto power over all state laws.

Taken from: Delegate Votes on 28 Motions at the United States Constitutional Convention, 1787.

sv34

To broaden the national legislature's veto power over the states, giving it absolute veto power over all state laws.

Taken from: Delegate Votes on 28 Motions at the United States Constitutional Convention, 1787.

dv39

To change the right of suffrage in the first branch from "some equitable ratio of representation not established in the Articles of Confederation" to "in proportion to the whole number of white and other free citizens and inhabitants of every age, s... (view details)

Taken from: Delegate Votes on 28 Motions at the United States Constitutional Convention, 1787.

sv39

To change the right of suffrage in the first branch from "some equitable ratio of representation not established in the Articles of Confederation" to "in proportion to the whole number of white and other free citizens and inhabitants of every age, s... (view details)

Taken from: Delegate Votes on 28 Motions at the United States Constitutional Convention, 1787.

dv74

To adopt a clause allowing national legislators to determine their own compensation instead of adopting a clause specifying fixed stipends determined by the states. ... (view details)

Taken from: Delegate Votes on 28 Motions at the United States Constitutional Convention, 1787.

sv74

To adopt a clause allowing national legislators to determine their own compensation instead of adopting a clause specifying fixed stipends determined by the states. ... (view details)

Taken from: Delegate Votes on 28 Motions at the United States Constitutional Convention, 1787.

dv132

To strike out the words three-fifths in the principle of apportioning representatives and replace it with Blacks equal to Whites.

Taken from: Delegate Votes on 28 Motions at the United States Constitutional Convention, 1787.

sv132

To strike out the words three-fifths in the principle of apportioning representatives and replace it with Blacks equal to Whites.

Taken from: Delegate Votes on 28 Motions at the United States Constitutional Convention, 1787.

dv136

To adopt 3/5 of Blacks in the apportionment of representatives.

Taken from: Delegate Votes on 28 Motions at the United States Constitutional Convention, 1787.

sv136

To adopt 3/5 of Blacks in the apportionment of representatives.

Taken from: Delegate Votes on 28 Motions at the United States Constitutional Convention, 1787.

dv145

To rate Blacks as equal to Whites, instead of as 3/5, in the apportionment of Representatives.

Taken from: Delegate Votes on 28 Motions at the United States Constitutional Convention, 1787.

sv145

To rate Blacks as equal to Whites, instead of as 3/5, in the apportionment of Representatives.

Taken from: Delegate Votes on 28 Motions at the United States Constitutional Convention, 1787.

dv147

To proportion representatives and direct taxes on the number of Whites and 3/5 of the Black inhabitants; and to require a census in six years and every ten years afterwards. ... (view details)

Taken from: Delegate Votes on 28 Motions at the United States Constitutional Convention, 1787.

sv147

To proportion representatives and direct taxes on the number of Whites and 3/5 of the Black inhabitants; and to require a census in six years and every ten years afterwards. ... (view details)

Taken from: Delegate Votes on 28 Motions at the United States Constitutional Convention, 1787.

dv203

To strike a clause specifying direct election of delegates to state ratifying assemblies and replace it with a clause specifying ratification by state legislatures. ... (view details)

Taken from: Delegate Votes on 28 Motions at the United States Constitutional Convention, 1787.

sv203

To strike a clause specifying direct election of delegates to state ratifying assemblies and replace it with a clause specifying ratification by state legislatures. ... (view details)

Taken from: Delegate Votes on 28 Motions at the United States Constitutional Convention, 1787.

dv230

To disqualify individuals indebted to the national government (public debtors) from serving as national legislators.

Taken from: Delegate Votes on 28 Motions at the United States Constitutional Convention, 1787.

sv230

To disqualify individuals indebted to the national government (public debtors) from serving as national legislators.

Taken from: Delegate Votes on 28 Motions at the United States Constitutional Convention, 1787.

dv253

To insert "free" before "inhabitants" in the clause: "the legislature shall . . . regulate the number of representatives by the number of inhabitants, according to the provisions herein after made, at the rate of one for every forty thousand." ... (view details)

Taken from: Delegate Votes on 28 Motions at the United States Constitutional Convention, 1787.

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