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Early societies that organized laws into codes influenced the Founding Fathers of government in the United States. Who were two of the leaders of these early societies? A. Hammurabi and Justinian
B. Hobbes and Locke C. King George III and Queen Elizabeth D. Washington and Montesquieu
Early societies that organized laws into codes influenced the Founding Fathers of government in the United States. The two of the leaders of these early societies are A. Hammurabi and Justinian
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