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The idea that people within a state can and should determine the laws within is referred to as
The idea that people within a state can and should determine the laws within that state is referred to as popular sovereignty.
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Articles published in a newspaper under the pseudonym Publius became known as The Federalist Papers.

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The idea that people within a state can and should determine the laws within that state is referred to as A. federalism. B. state sovereignty. C. popular sovereignty. D. abolitionism.
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The purpose of the Constitution is presented in the Preamble.
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