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The era of one-party domination that began in 1968 was different from past eras of one-party domination because a. the Republican party gained no new members in Congress. b. the Democratic party
gained no new members in Congress. c. one party controlled Congress while the other controlled the presidency. d. minor parties interfered with the power of the Republican party.
The era of one-party domination that began in 1968 was different from past eras of one-party domination because c. [ one party controlled Congress while the other controlled the presidency ]
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User: The era of one-party domination that began in 1968 was different from past eras of one-party domination because a. the Republican party gained no new members in Congress. b. the Democratic party gained no new members in Congress. c. one party controlled Congress while the other controlled the presidency. d. minor parties interfered with the power of the Republican party.

Weegy: The era of one-party domination that began in 1968 was different from past eras of one-party domination because c. [ one party controlled Congress while the other controlled the presidency ]
Expert answered|Marvel2|Points 221|

User: The incumbent won the election of 1800.

Weegy: false the incumbant lost the election.
Expert answered|Marvel2|Points 221|

User: James Madison warned of factions (political divisions), in Federalist 10, and this President issued his own warning of political parties in his farewell address. a. Jefferson c. Adams b. Washington d. Monroe

Weegy: James Madison warned of factions (political divisions), in Federalist 10, and this President issued his own warning of political parties in his farewell address. d. Monroe
Expert answered|Marvel2|Points 221|

User: This was a major complaint of the Anti-Federalists during the ratification(period) of the constitution. a. the three-fifths compromise c. a lack of a bill of attainder b. the electoral college compromise d. a lack of a bill of rights

Weegy: d. a lack of a bill of rights was a major complaint of the Anti-Federalists during the ratification(period) of the constitution. [ ]
Expert answered|Marvel2|Points 221|

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