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Constitutional

Convention

Set in 1787, each delegate will assume the role of a delegate that was present at the Constitutional Convention. They will play a part in formulating the Constitution of the United States, and must collaboratively find a solution that will achieve ratification. This will be a crisis committee, meaning delegates will use directives to pass articles as well as any other actions during the convention. The goal will be a cooperative and effective Constitution for the newfound United States of America.

For questions or concerns regarding this committee, please contact Rachel Marcus at 22rmarcus@wpsstudents.org