After the Revolution

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9th US Civics Mind Map on After the Revolution, created by paul.schneider on 03/06/2014.

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After the Revolution
1 Problems with the Articles of Confederation
1.1 Could not collect taxes
1.2 No law enforcement
1.2.1 Only states had militias
1.2.2 Shay Rebellion
1.3 Could not regulate commerce
1.3.1 State tariffs
1.3.2 No federal courts
1.3.3 No Executive Branch
2 Constitutional Convention of 1787
2.1 Summer of 1787
2.1.1 Rhode Island did not attend
2.1.2 Charged to revise Articles
3 Two Plans for Contiution
3.1 Virginia Plan
3.1.1 Strong central government
3.1.1.1 Three branches of government
3.1.1.2 Separation of powers
3.1.1.3 Checks and balances
3.1.2 Bicameral system
3.1.2.1 Two houses of government
3.1.2.2 Based on English Parliament
3.2 New Jersey Plan
3.2.1 Similar bicameral plan
3.2.2 Representation equal for states in Congress
3.2.3 Each state gets one vote in Congress
3.3 The Compromise
3.3.1 Representation in Congress
3.3.1.1 House of Representation based on population
3.3.1.2 Senate has two member per state
3.3.2 Slavery
3.3.2.1 Would be dealt with in 50 years after ratification
3.3.2.2 Three-Fifths Compromise for counting of representation
4 Ratifying the Constitution
4.1 Each state have ratification convention
4.2 Federalist vs. Anti-Federalists
4.3 Process of approving something by a vote
5 About the Authors
5.1 James Madison
5.1.1 "Father of the Constituion"
5.1.2 Virginia Plan Author
5.2 Gouverneur Morris
5.2.1 Most Active Debater
5.2.2 Distrusted common people, wanted strong government
5.3 Alexander Hamilton
5.3.1 Less influence of writing Constitution
5.3.2 Helped ratify in New York
5.4 William Paterson
5.4.1 Anti-Federalist
5.4.2 Author of New Jersey Plan
5.5 Roger Sherman
5.5.1 Created Compromise
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