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American History

 

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Jerome R

 

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July 3, 2012

 

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University

 

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The Senate was to represent the elite members of society and be attuned more to issues of property than of population. The House was designed to be more representative of the common people. Today, members of both chambers are elected directly by the people. The Senate has 100 members, two from each state...
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It is the more deliberative of the two bodies, while the House is more centralized and organized. Senate rules give its leadership relatively little power and discourage specialization. The 435 members A composite of a typical member of Congress would be a middle-aged male lawyer whose father was of the professional or managerial class; a native-born 'white,' or, if he cannot avoid being an immigrant, a product of northwestern or central Europe, or Canada...
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