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Plebeians elected their own officials who had the power to veto laws viewed as unfair to the Plebeians. What were these officials known as? A. Consuls B. Praetorians C. Senators D. Tribunes
Plebeians elected their own officials who had the power to veto laws viewed as unfair to the Plebeians. These officials were known as Tribunes.
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