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Popular sovereignty has its roots in: monarchism. natural law. elitism. ecumenicalism. Mormonism
Popular sovereignty has its roots in natural law.
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Which of the following was part of the Great Compromise? (Points : 1) The House of Representatives would have two members for every state. The Senate would originate all bills for raising and spending money. Each state would have two senators who would be directly elected by the people. State power would be supreme over national power. There would be a bicameral legislature.
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The First Continental Congress was called to improve the relationship between the colonies and Great Britain.
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