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Who decides how states will ratify the amendments? a. congress b. president c. justices d. states
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The Congress decides how states will ratify the amendments.
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Under Chief Justice Earl Warren, the Supreme Court demonstrated a. judicial restraint. c. judicial activism. b. a balanced budget. d. prior restraint.
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