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Why did some American Revolutionary leaders believe a central government was necessary? A) They did not want the states to have any rights. B) A central government was necessary to lead an
army and deal with other nations. C) Many believed this was the only way to prevent corruption in the government. D) Without a central government, it would be impossible to prevent the English from taking over.
The answer is D) Without a central government, it would be impossible to prevent the English from taking over.
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User: Which of the following documents stated that the English ruler could no longer create any tax or suspend any law without the consent of the people's representatives in Parliament? A) Olive Branch Petition B) English Bill of Rights C) Constitution D) Declaration of Independence

User: Why did some American Revolutionary leaders believe a central government was necessary? A) They did not want the states to have any rights. B) A central government was necessary to lead an army and deal with other nations. C) Many believed this was the only way to prevent corruption in the government. D) Without a central government, it would be impossible to prevent the English from taking over.

Weegy: The answer is D) Without a central government, it would be impossible to prevent the English from taking over.
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