The Pennsylvania Constitution of 1776 (ratified September 28, 1776) was the
state's first constitution following the Declaration of Independence, and has been
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Unicameralism, a one-house legislature, defied the notion that ...
stimulated an unusual interest in unicameral legislative bodies, not in Michigan
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unicameral legislature to raise revenue and regulate commerce.
Would a unicameral legislature be more efficient and less costly in conducting its
work? How important ... the American revolution, in some states the two houses.
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Delaware adopted a bicameral legislature at the time of the Revolution, though ...
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1619 until 1643, elected burgesses met in unicameral session with the ..... house
of Virginia's General Assembly during the American Revolution.
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... an ardent political activist in the years leading up to the Revolutionary War. ....
Constitutional Convention to create a unicameral (single-house) legislature in ...