anonymous
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"In determining questions in the United States in Congress assembled, each State shall have one vote."—Articles of Confederation Could a person correctly argue that this quote violates the principle of popular sovereignty?
HippoCampus U.S. History & Government
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anonymous
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a) A person could not correctly argue that it is a violation because the quote shows states did have a voice in government. b) One could not correctly argue that it is a violation because the quote shows that each state has equal power in Congress. c) A person could correctly argue that is a violation because the states would have less power than the leaders in Congress. d) One could correctly argue that it is a violation because the states have different populations and should have proportional votes.

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