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The Constitution reflects the principle "republicanism" because it A) required the first president to be from a specific political party B) creates a national government that is supreme over the
states C) outlines a plan for government that limits the will of the people D) divides the legislative branch into two houses of elected officials
The answer is D) divides the legislative branch into two houses of elected officials.
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