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Gouverneur Morris's Influence on the Constitutional Convention of 1787

Summary: Gouverneur Morris's Influence on the Constitutional Convention of 1787
In 1787, fifty-five men traveled to Philadelphia for the Constitutional Convention. Each man brought with him his own individual and unique ideas about what should be contained in the Constitution. Some of these ideas were rejected, some were used, and some were remembered. Some men contributed more than others and some men are remembered for their input. Men such as George Washington and Thomas Jefferson are credited greatly with their impact on the Constitution. Although these men did have large impacts, there were also many other men who impacted the Constitution who are not remembered as much. One such man was Gouverneur Morris. Gouverneur Morris was a politician who knew how important compromising was and had a talent for formulating ideas which men were able to agree on (Collier 148).

Gouverneur Morris was a strong believer in the principle of separation of powers. After the Senate and the House of...

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