the Virginia Plan called for a strong national government with three branches, or parts. A legislative branch would make laws. An executive branch would carry out, or execute, the laws. A judicial branch, or system of courts, would apply and interpret the laws. Under the Virginia Plan, Congress was to be made up of two houses, the House of Representatives and the Senate, and the number of lawmakers that a state could send to Congress depended on the state's population. States with large populations would have more representatives than smaller states would have.
How many branches of government?
How was the legislator organized?
The legislator makes laws and there are two houses
Which states did this plan favor?
The larger states
Who proposed it?
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