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The New Jersey and Virginia plans of the 1780s were each meant to A) settle issues regarding the power of states in the national government. B) create a compromise on the issue of slavery. C) draft a plan for independence from Britain. D) draft a peace treaty with the British.
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User: The New Jersey and Virginia plans of the 1780s were each meant to A) settle issues regarding the power of states in the national government. B) create a compromise on the issue of slavery. C) draft a plan for independence from Britain. D) draft a peace treaty with the British.

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