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Q: Why did Washington warn against a two-party system? A) He believed that a two-party system would be fair but complicated. B) He believed that a two-party system would tear the nation apart
from within. C) He did not think there would be enough candidates to represent two parties. D) He recommended a four-party system.
A: "I?ve repeatedly warned that there is a scripted, psuedo-war between Dems and Repubs, [ liberals and conservatives which is in reality a false divide-and-conquer dog-and-pony show created by the powers that be to keep the American people divided and distracted." The answer to the question is B) He believed that a two-party system would tear the nation apart from within. ]
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User: Why did Washington warn against a two-party system? A) He believed that a two-party system would be fair but complicated. B) He believed that a two-party system would tear the nation apart from within. C) He did not think there would be enough candidates to represent two parties. D) He recommended a four-party system.

Weegy: "I?ve repeatedly warned that there is a scripted, psuedo-war between Dems and Repubs, [ liberals and conservatives which is in reality a false divide-and-conquer dog-and-pony show created by the powers that be to keep the American people divided and distracted." The answer to the question is B) He believed that a two-party system would tear the nation apart from within. ]
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User: What did Washington do to stop Shays' Rebellion?A) He stopped taxing farmers.B) He forbade the sale of whiskey.C) He held a press conference with local papers and the whiskey boys.D) He marched 13,000 troops into Pennsylvania.

Weegy: D) He marched 13,000 troops into Pennsylvania.
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