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the u.s. constitution establishes six year terms for members of the senate in order to

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The US constitution establishes six year terms for members of the senate in order to “create stability”. The six-year Senate term was supposed to create a balance - stable enough to be secured in their position without having to face re-election every two years, but with sufficient turnover to push out outmoded ideas.

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