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Q: Which best explains the appearance of political parties in the United States shortly after the adoption of the Constitution? Washington disliked Jefferson. The Constitution required the development
of a multi-party system. Great Britain had a two-party system. Differences arose over economic and political issues.
A: Which best explains the appearance of political parties in the United States shortly after the adoption of the Constitution? THe answer is Differences arose over economic and political issues. It is D because the primary differences was over the [ federalists and the anti federalists over the ratification of the constitution, and it eventually evolved between the federalists and democratic
republicans about whether america should be industrialized or agruculturalized. ]
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User: Franklin Delano Roosevelt's New Deal helped America recover from the Great Depression by providing federal money for construction projects, including schools and roads. How did this help the country recover? It gave money back to the tax payers It created desperately needed good paying jobs It encouraged wealthy people to do the same thing It made trade easier with Mexico It allowed construction companies to make a large profit

User: What type of political system is headed by Queen Elizabeth II of England? dictatorship monarchy oligarchy pure democracy representative democracy

User: Which best explains the appearance of political parties in the United States shortly after the adoption of the Constitution? Washington disliked Jefferson. The Constitution required the development of a multi-party system. Great Britain had a two-party system. Differences arose over economic and political issues.

Weegy: Which best explains the appearance of political parties in the United States shortly after the adoption of the Constitution? THe answer is Differences arose over economic and political issues. It is D because the primary differences was over the [ federalists and the anti federalists over the ratification of the constitution, and it eventually evolved between the federalists and democratic republicans about whether america should be industrialized or agruculturalized. ]
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User: Which government official(s) is appointed and not elected by the U. S. citizens? President Congressman Supreme Court Justice Senator Governor

Weegy: Which government official(s) is appointed and not elected by the U. S. citizens? Supreme Court Justice
Expert answered|mpaul123|Points 140|

User: In the number 743.25 which digit represents the tenths space? 2 3 4 5 6

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