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the constitution set up the legisalative branch to have two houses,the senate and the house of representatives. how does this system ensure majority rule but protect minority rights?


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"The House of Representatives, with membership based on state populations, has 435 seats, while the Senate, with two members from each state, has 100 seats."

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I have work sheet that our weird civics teacher made up about the Amendments and other things involving that subject If you have any help for me please let me know
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Giving someone a job for being loyal to you during an election is called what>? "I scratch your back, you scratch mine"

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