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The Articles of Confederation limited the powers of what body? A. national government B. state government C. state military D. Supreme Court
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Rachel Carson's book Silent Spring, published in 1962, and the resulting public concern, led directly to the passage of (A.) the 1965 Water Quality Act, which required states to clean up their rivers and other waterways.
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Which of the Founding Fathers wrote in a letter to friend about the Missouri Compromise and the threat that the institution of slavery posed to the U.S.? A. James Madison B. Thomas Jefferson C. John Adams D. George Washington
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THOMAS JEFFERSON wrote in a letter to a friend about the Missouri Compromise and the threat that the institution of slavery posed to the U.S.
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