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How does the U.S. Constitution reflect the principle of democracy? It creates a republic government, which is the same as democracy. Most of the people can elect leaders and petition the
government. It creates a republic form of government run by only a few officials. Most of the people have no role or effect on the legislative branch
U.S. Constitution reflect the principle of democracy wherein most of the people can elect leaders and petition the government.
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