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What is a republican?

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asked by Naila
  1. http://www.answers.com/republican

    Several definitions to choose from since you didn't capitalize the "r."

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  2. Here's the other word:

    Main Entry: Democratic-Republican
    Function: adjective
    Date: 1818
    : of or relating to a major American political party of the early 19th century favoring a strict interpretation of the constitution to restrict the powers of the federal government and emphasizing states' rights


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