Iroquois Government?

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The Iroquois government had a complex system of checks and balances that influenced America's own Constitution. The Iroquois also had a council, resembling the United States' Congress, which consisted of a certain number of male representatives from each nation, who were chosen by the women of the nation. Women in the Iroquois nations were in charge of agricultural and property decisions, but the tribe's chiefs, who were in charge of the military and negotiations, had to be male.
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