Why Did the Framers Create a Bicameral Legislature?

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In the creation of the US Constitution, the Framers wanted to strike a balance between ideals of democracy and equality, and thus decided to create a Bicameral Legislature. The Framers created a Bicameral legislature with a House of Representatives and a Senete, each one representing the country differently. In the House, representation is more democratic, with each state's number of representatives being determined by the state's population.
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