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Which statement about free citizens who did not own property in the Roman Republic is NOT correct? Select the best answer from the choices provided. Their votes in the assembly of 193 centuries were less important than the rates of wealthy citizens. Their legal standing was officially one half of a wealthy citizen's in all of the written laws and established court precedents. They were exempt from military service, at least until generals started paying and equiping their soldiers. A Roman man's vote had more influence and power depending upon the amount of money

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