During his reign he sought to revive the ancient grandeur of the Roman-Classical Empire, recapturing much of the lost territories of the Western Roman Empire. After securing the eastern border containing the Persians, the reunification of the Roman Empire was proposed, recapturing the vast territories lost in the West.
Another of his most impressive legacies was the uniform compilation of Roman law in the work of Corpus Juris Civilis, which is still the basis of the civil law of many modern states.
His reign also marked a high point in Byzantine culture, embellished Constantinople and its construction program gave as fruits works of art such as the church of Saint Sophia, which would be the center of the Orthodox Church for many centuries.
Britain also needed money to pay for its war debts. The King and Parliament believed they had the right to tax the colonies. ... They protested, saying that these taxes violated their rights as British citizens. The colonists started to resist by boycotting, or not buying, British goods.
D. expanded the taxation and regulatory powers of Congress
The new Jersey plan supported the less populated states and suggested that each state should have equal number of representatives in the government. The supporters of New Jersey didn't consider it fair to give less power to the state with less population.
The delegates of small states of Connecticut, New Jersey, New York and Delaware agreed to the New Jersey plan. It was drafted by William Paterson and presented to the constitutional convention on June 158, 1787 and proposed that the government should have three branches and unicameral. It also gave power to the Congress to raise money and regulate trade.