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Describe the differences between the House of Representatives and the Senate, and explain the historical, practical, and theoretical reasons why the framers created a bicameral Congress.

*For all those who read it, you don't have to fully answer the question. Putting little notes will really help me too!!(and detail, detail, detail) Thanks!!*

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