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Q: Which delegate proposed that representation in Congress be split into two houses? A) Benjamin Franklin B) James Madison C) Roger Sherman D) Govenor Morris
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User: How were the delegates to the Constitutional Convention chosen? A) by George Washington B) by the people C) by a lottery D) by state legislatures

User: Who was known as the ”Father of the Constitution”? A) James Madison B) George Washington C) Thomas Jefferson D) John Jay

User: Which delegate proposed that representation in Congress be split into two houses? A) Benjamin Franklin B) James Madison C) Roger Sherman D) Govenor Morris

Weegy: D) Govenor Morris proposed that representation in Congress be split into two houses.
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User: Which state devised a plan in which the number of representatives in Congress would be based on each state's population? A) Pennsylvania B) Virginia C) Maryland D) New Jersey

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Delegates to the Constitutional Convention were chosen by state legislatures.
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James Madison is known as the Father of the Constitution.
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Roger Sherman proposed that representation in Congress be split into two houses.
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Virginia state devised a plan in which the number of representatives in Congress would be based on each state's population.
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