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Bicameralism is a constitutional principle that means the Answer a. division of national government into two branches. b. division of the powers of the Executive Branch between two individuals:
the Head of State and the Head of Government. c. division of Congress into two chambers. d. division of the federal court system into two levels: the Supreme Court and the appellate courts. e. division of the powers of the Executive Branch between two individuals: the president and the vice president.
It means that the legislature has two chambers instead of only one. In Congress there is the House of Representatives and the Senate. The number of Representatives from each state are determined by population. Every state gets two Senators. The [ more populous states have more power in the House and the smaller less populated states can enforce their decisions in the Senate. ]
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