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What was one of the common features of the first state constitutions? A. a unicameral legislature B. unlimited governmental powers C. rule by a monarchy D. popular sovereignty
Popular sovereignty was one of the common features of the first state constitutions.
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Popular sovereignty was one of the common features of the first state constitutions.
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