How Did The Three-fifths Compromise Resolve This Conflict?


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The three fifths compromise settled the issue because it gave the slaveowners a bigger chance for representation because the blacks actually were allowed to be counted in the census as three fifths of a person. Before this compromise, slaves were not counted and could not vote and still could not vote after the compromise. Google the compromise for a better answer.

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