American Government Questions
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This paper presents a series of short answers to questions on United States and Texas politics and governmental structure. The paper gives examples of the discussion of compromises in the U.S. constitution. One compromise was establishing a Senate, elected by state legislature, with two senators per state, and a House of Representatives, elected by the people, with membership divided by population. Competing plans had been to divide members of both houses either by states or by population alone.
From the Paper:"Proposed Texas Constitutional Revisions A good example of the weaknesses in the Texas legislative and executive branches is the collection of amendments to the Texas constitution on the November 6, 2007 ballot. All, incidentally, passed. (Bear, 2007, para. 1). Texas voters had a chance to decide issues such as to which state college system a state school belonged, automobile taxes, and cancer research, (Bear, 2007, paras. 2,3,6). These are all matters one would presume be..."
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