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what did the three-fifths compromise rule about enslaved people

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murielbrazeau

The three-fifths compromise was a compromise reached between the delegates from the southern and northern states. This counted slaves as three fifths of a population. In simpler terms all slaves of a particular state were counted as three-fifths of one person and they are added to the count when representatives are chosen.

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