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What is representative government?
A representative government is a government where citizens elect people to represent them and make laws on their behalf, instead of always voting directly on laws and other government actions.
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Yes. Jay901 posted that link as well. Thank you for letting me know. I think they should add that to the resources page just in case someone missed the blog posting.
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The Connecticut Compromise was a compromise adopted at the Constitutional Convention, providing the states with equal representation in the Senate and proportional representation in the House of Representatives.

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