Three Fifths Compromise Clause of the U.S. Constitution
The Three-Fifths Compromise Explained: US History Review - YouTube
1.Constitution 2.Bicameral 3.Confederation 4.Ratify 5.Great Compromise 6.Three-Fifths Compromise 7.Electoral College 8.Federalisms 9.Federalism 10.Anti-Federalists.
Slavery and the Three-Fifths Compromise by Professor John P. Kaminski
Under the Three-Fifths Compromise, three-fifths of the slaves in the American South were counted as part of its population, giving the South more political clout.
This graphic organizer allows students to compare the CT Compromise (Sometimes called the Great Compromise)and the three fifths Compromise when dis...
5 Hands on Ideas for Teaching the US Constitution
The "Three-Fifths" compromise. The Constitutional Convention in 1787 compromised the population count of slaves by counting each slave as three-fifths of a person | African American Registry