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Americans insist on the ___ concept of government. A: one-family-one-vote B: one-man-one-vote C: one-income-one-vote D: one-town-free-vote
Americans insist on the one-man-one-vote concept of government.
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Americans insist on the one-man-one-vote concept of government.
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