In what ways did the Constitution seek to control the popular will and ensure order?

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The primary way in which the Constitution controls popular will and ensures order is through the electoral process. The election of representatives at all levels of the government is the center of popular will. For instance, the presidential election is held through the Electoral College. The...

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