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The basis in the Constitution for expansive congressional authority is the Supremacy Clause. the power of constitutional review. Congress’s expressed powers. the Necessary
and Proper Clause
B) The power of constitutional review
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User: The Framers of the American Constitution equated the arbitrary exercise of power with (Points : 1) rule of law. judicial review. rule of men. a bicameral legislature.

User: The basis in the Constitution for expansive congressional authority is the Supremacy Clause. the power of constitutional review. Congress’s expressed powers. the Necessary and Proper Clause

Weegy: B) The power of constitutional review
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User: The basis in the Constitution for expansive congressional authority is (Points : 1) the Supremacy Clause. the power of constitutional review. Congress’s expressed powers. the Necessary and Proper Clause

Weegy: B) The power of constitutional review
brenda143|Points 141|

User: The Electoral College was devised as a compromise because the Framers did not trust the people to directly elect the President. the Framers did not want the matter to be left solely to the states. the Framers thought that it would be more efficient than direct elections. the Framers did not trust either the people or the states to directly choose the President

Weegy: b. the Framers did not want the matter to be left solely to the states.
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User: The British kept imposing new taxes on the colonists because they wanted to show who was boss. they wanted to oppress the colonies. they needed to finance wars in Europe and provide defenses of the colonies. they wanted the colonists to learn proper respect for authority.

Weegy: they needed to finance wars in Europe and provide defenses of the colonies
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User: Colonists enjoyed rights under which documents following the Glorious Revolution of 1688? British Bill of Rights and Toleration Act Magna Carta and the Mayflower Compact Hobbes’s Leviathan and the Magna Carta John Locke’s Second Treatise of Government and the Toleration Act

Weegy: C. Pennsylvania Charter.
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