Virginia Plan

James Madison: Proposed the Virginia Plan( also Edmund Randolph
-Bicameral legislature
-State Representation based on population
-People elected lower house, lower house elected upper house
-Executive Branch, legislature picked Executive to serve what legislature wanted
-Judicial Branch, life service 
-Council of Revision: could revise and veto legislation, made up of executive and judicial
- 3 branches, legislative (Congress), executive branch (carries out laws), judicial (courts to interpret laws)
-Change in Congress, two houses, lower and upper houses
-Favored large states

New Jersey 

William Patterson: Proposed New Jersey Plan
-Unicameral Legislature
-State Representation on Equality
-Keep current Congress but give new powers
-Executive Branch, Congress elects executives and would serve single term, state governors could recall
-Judicial Branch, Executives chose people who served for life
-Favored small states

Hamilton's Plan

Alexander Hamilton: Hamilton's Plan
-Bicameral Legislature
-House of Representatives elected for term of 3 years
-Senate served for life with good behavior
-Executive Branch, executive served for life with good behavior WHICH IS A MONARCHY

Dickinson's Plan

John Dickinson: Dickinson's Plan
-Unicameral Legislature
-Was based on financial contribution

Great Compromise/Connecticut Plan

Roger Sherman: Connecticut Plan
-Bicameral Legislature
-Have proportional representation in House of Representatives( favored by big states like MA, NY, MD, VA, PA,NC)
-Senate based on equality, gave every state 2 votes, (liked by small states like NH, RI, CT, JN, DE, SC, GA)
-Large states had a bit more influence over taxation laws adn how money spent
-Bills passed in house could be check by small states
-Virginia plan with equality, which the small states liked, had part of New Jersey plan
- Congress could lay and collect taxes and rgulate foreign trade
-Ruled by a single person( executive)
-This plan can be impeached by the Congress