History : Creating a new government
1. a. The main points of the Virginia plan were to give more powers to state government by separating it into three different branches, it consisted to have a bicameral legislature this meant two houses or groups of representatives, and suggested that the number of representatives for each state would be based on population. The main points of the New Jersey Plan were to give more power to national government by giving Congress additional powers, to have an unicameral legislature, and so each state would have an equal number of representatives.
c. The most radical changes in the Virginia plane were to separate governme...