US Constitution C3 Inquiry: Legislative Branch Inquiry
Was the Great Compromise of 1787 fair?
The Compromise of 1787, otherwise known as the Great Compromise, gave the United States the bicameral legislature it has today. This inquiry focuses on how the Constitutional Convention decided to create legislature bodies and the details of how those bodies are constructed. The inquiry features the compelling questionWas the Great Compromise of 1787 fair? and highlights the involvement of Georgia’s Convention delegate, Abraham Baldwin.