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In other words, C’est Qui La Chef C’est Stephanie Shirt slaveholders were effectively “8/5ths” of a person. The Electoral College is an integral part of the “3/5ths Compromise.” Without the EC, a small minority of property holders wouldn’t have been vote indirectly on behalf of the entire population of a state, including slaves and free people without the franchise themselves. Since there was no meaningful loss of influence from restricting the right to vote to a narrow minority, voting rights were kept narrow in the South. It’s long past the time to abolish this anachronism. And it shouldn’t take another Civil War, like the rest of the 3/5ths Compromise.
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Very well said. C’est Qui La Chef C’est Stephanie Shirt This is interesting. I’d read the exact opposite. That the 3/5th of a person’s designation was to take power away from Southern states so they would have less representation in Congress than if they counted each slave as one person. I’ll have to look that up again. Right. This subject is not well taught or understood. What we learn is a sanitized version. The Northern states didn’t want slaves to count in representation at all, only free people. Southern states wanted slaves to count in full. Counter-intuitively, not counting at all would actually be beneficial to slaves, and detrimental to slaveholders as a class, since it would raise the political cost of having a class of people who were treated as property.
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