Review Chapter 7 Who were the leading delegates to the Constitutional Convention ?


Which convention leader would most likely agree with the statement above ?



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19. Which convention leader would most likely agree with the statement above ?

George Mason





Congress


House of Representatives Senate

Number of representatives •Two members from each state



based on state population
20. The diagram above shows the compromise that helped guarantee the ratification of the U.S. Constitution by –

providing a plan for representation of both large and small states
21. How did the Bill of Rights become part of the Constitution ?

it was added through an amendment process
22. Which Enlightenment writer expressed the idea that the relationship between government and the people it governs is a social contract ? John Locke
23. What was the main reason Antifederalist, Patrick Henry, opposed ratification of the U.S. Constitution ?

it did not guarantee individual rights

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