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Jefferson justified American separation from Britain in the Declaration of Independence based on (Points : 1) the majority of Americans who voted for it. the lack of American freedom
under British rule. the Lockean idea of the right of the people to overthrow a government that fails to fulfill its obligations. the overtaxation of Americans by the Crown.
User: Jefferson justified American separation from Britain in the Declaration of Independence based on D) the overtaxation of Americans by the Crown.
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User: Jefferson justified American separation from Britain in the Declaration of Independence based on (Points : 1) the majority of Americans who voted for it. the lack of American freedom under British rule. the Lockean idea of the right of the people to overthrow a government that fails to fulfill its obligations. the overtaxation of Americans by the Crown.

Weegy: User: Jefferson justified American separation from Britain in the Declaration of Independence based on D) the overtaxation of Americans by the Crown.
OxTornado007|Points 6208|

User: ________ is core to the notion of “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness” in the Declaration of Independence. (Points : 1) Human agency Pure unfettered liberty the idea that government may never restrict citizens’ liberty the concept of American exceptionalism

Weegy: The right of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness is stated in the Declaration of Independence.
Fanboy|Points 2821|

User: As Aristotle conceived it, a mixed constitution consisted of a division of power between the (Points : 1) king and the aristocracy. sovereign, the legislature, and the aristocracy. government and the military. president, Congress, and the judiciary.

Weegy: As Aristotle conceived it, a mixed constitution consisted of a division of power between the king and the aristocracy.
businesslady|Points 1103|

User: Samuel P. Huntington defined “creedal passion periods” as periods when Americans (Points : 1) demand redistribution. seek to find new values. return to first principles. demand smaller government.

Weegy: As I quote from this blog "The general premise of ?American Politics: The Promise of Disharmony? by Samuel P. [ Huntington, is that some eras in American politics can only be explained by the existence of ?creedal passion periods? in which the American people become aware of a gap between American ideals (the American creed) and American institutions. Americans then depart from politics as usual to try to make their institutions more reflective of values of liberalism, democracy, and equality." ]
dawnski95|Points 1|

User: The Framers of the American Constitution equated the arbitrary exercise of power with (Points : 1) the rule of law. judicial review. the rule of man. a bicameral legislature.

Weegy: rule of law is the answer.
rhey22787|Points 1467|

User: The Federalist Papers were intended to (Points : 1) demonstrate the evils of faction. convince New Yorkers to petition their legislators to support ratification. show that Virginia was not to be feared. showcase the brilliance of Hamilton, Madison, and Jay.

Weegy: The Federalist Papers were intended to : convince New Yorkers to petition their legislators to support ratification.
sujaysen|Points 2914|

User: The Electoral College was devised as a compromise because (Points : 1) 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.
ivyleaf|Points 615|

User: Which of the following distinguished the New Jersey Plan from the Virginia Plan? (Points : 1) The New Jersey Plan divided power between the states and the national government. Slaves should count as 3/5 of citizens in apportioning representatives in Congress. The national government should have unlimited authority. The Senate should supervise the House of Representatives.

Weegy: The New Jersey Plan divided power between the states and the national government distinguished the New Jersey Plan from the Virginia Plan.
OxTornado007|Points 6208|

User: The New Jersey Plan was similar to the Articles of Confederation in that (Points : 1) it contained a strong Executive. it provided that each state would have one vote. it would allow for large states to dominate smaller states. it provided for a strong national defense.

Weegy: The answer is it provided that each state would have one vote. The New Jersey Plan was similar to the Articles of Confederation in that it provided that each state would have one vote.
Expert answered|Shey091808|Points 708|

User: The British kept imposing new taxes on the colonists because (Points : 1) 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: The answer is they needed to finance wars in Europe and provide defenses of the colonies. The British kept imposing new taxes on the colonists because they needed to finance wars in Europe and provide defenses of the colonies.
Expert answered|Shey091808|Points 708|

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