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Which States were essential to the ratification of the Constitution and the success of the new government? A. Pennsylvania and New Jersey B. Virginia and New York C. North Carolina and
Delaware D. Massachusetts and Connecticut
Which States were essential to the ratification of the Constitution and the success of the new government? B. [ Virginia and New York ]
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