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Nullification would have had the effect of returning the nation to the Articles of Confederation because (Points : 1) any one state could effectively veto federal actions. each state
could ignore the national government. any state could refuse to send representatives to Congress. each state could raise its own army.
any state could refuse to send representatives to Congress.
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