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Which aspect of government does the United States have in common with the Roman Republic?

Two consuls run the executive branch. Senators are elected into of...

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Which aspect of government does the United States have in common with the Roman Republic?

Two consuls run the executive branch.
Senators are elected into office for life.
There are three branches of government.
Governors are chosen by members of assemblies.

Answer

The first two answers are wrong.
The executive branch of the US is run by the single President and Senators have 6 year terms as I recall.
The US does have three branches and governors are elected by the voters.

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Upload Date: 5/31/2017

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