Which of the following states the principle of "virtual representation," as it was argued during the eighteenth century?
A. Paper money has value even though it is inherently worth very little. B. Slave populations must be counted when figuring Congressional apportionment, even though slaves may not vote C. American property-holding colonists may, if they so desire, join their state legislatures. D. All English subjects, including those who are not allowed to vote, are represented in Parliament. E. All English subjects are entitled to a trial before a jury of their peers.