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The Romans government became more democratic by the revolt of the Plebeians. The Patricians' strangle hold on power was broken and the Plebeians gained rights. These rights were written, and referred to as the Laws of the Twelve Tables.

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Romans government became more democratic by the revolt of the Plebeians. The Patricians' strangle hold on power was broken and the Plebeians gained rights. These rights were written, and referred to as the Laws of the Twelve Tables. These laws allowed the citizens to know what the laws are. The Patricians soon gained the right to elect their own officials, these were called tribunes. The tribunes could veto any law that they felt were not lawful.

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