All of the following statements are true of the Constitutional Convention in 1789 EXCEPT *
The New Jersey Plan suggested that representation in the legislature for each state be equal
Tried to strike a healthy balance between a strong central government and respecting individual state rights
The Virginia Plan offered that the number representatives in the legislature be determined by a states population
George Washington, Ben Franklin and Thomas Jefferson were prominent figures advocating for the revision of Articles of Confederation
The Great Compromise struck a deal to balance representation in the legislature
Answer: Tried to strike a healthy balance between a strong central government and respecting individual state rights.