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Q. Why were the delegates carful to preserve the separation of powers?

A. Could it be because they don't want one body to be the sole ruler and decision maker. Both congress and senate should have a say?

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  1. Delegates to what? The Continental Congress?? The first one? The second? Both?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Continental_Congress

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