How Did the Colonists in the New World Make Their Political Institutions More Democratic?

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The colonists in the new world made their political institutions more democratic by allowing more people to be involved in governmental practices. They implemented the creation of representatives for a set number of people. They also allowed more freedoms for people to voice their opinion about governmental policies.
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