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10 June, 18:08

Why is the United States Congress divided into two houses?

to ensure that the legislative branch of the government has the power to limit the power of the judicial branch

to allow the American people to vote for representation in one house or the other, but not both

to convince the British government to recognize the independence and sovereignty of the United States

to satisfy both large and small states and ensure that neither has an unequal level of power

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  1. 10 June, 20:02
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    To satisfy both large and small states and ensure that neither has an unequal level of power

    Explanation:

    Even the founding fathers have discussed should the larger state have more impact on the decision making.

    Realizing that some small states won't be able to gain enough influence two houses were created.

    Senate - where everyone has equal voice

    House of Representatives - where representation is based on the size of the state
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