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All of the following made up the Wisconsin Idea EXCEPT: a. reforming business, for example the railroads b. election reforms, such as the direct primary c. reducing the power of the legislature and increasing the power of the people within government d. creating a one party system to reduce corruption within the government
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All of the following made up the Wisconsin Idea EXCEPT reducing the power of the legislature and increasing the power of the people within government.
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All of the following made up the Wisconsin Idea EXCEPT reducing the power of the legislature and increasing the power of the people within government.

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