The Two Proposed Plans For The Constitution Agreed On
A. having two houses of Congress.
B. having three branches of government.
C. having one president.
D. an elected judiciary.
B. Having three branches of government– following Enlightenment ideas government should have checks and balances with multiple branches. The proposed plans for the Constitutional Convention, New Jersey Plan and Virginia Plan, agreed that the new government needed to have checks and balances with branches of government.
They agreed there needed to be a legislative branch to make laws, an executive branch to preside over everyday affairs, and a judicial branch to run the courts. These three branches would ensure no singular power could take over and rule as a tyrant.