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Q: Which of the following was an important message in The Federalist papers in favor of the Constitution? A. There would be a one-house legislature. B. The national government would rule the states. C.
Government leaders must respect the rule of law. D. The military should not be under civilian control.
A: C. Government leaders must respect the rule of law.
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User: Which of the following was an important message in The Federalist papers in favor of the Constitution? A. There would be a one-house legislature. B. The national government would rule the states. C. Government leaders must respect the rule of law. D. The military should not be under civilian control.

Weegy: C. Government leaders must respect the rule of law.
scijoe21|Points 2135|

User: What compromise was made at the Constitutional Convention so that Congress could get the power to control foreign trade? A. Congress could not regulate interstate trade. B. Congress could not tax slaves. C. Congress could not tax exports. D. Congress could not tax imports.

Weegy: C. Congress could not tax exports. The delegates decided to give Congress the power to tax and regulate trade, with the exception of exports.
debnjerry|Points 36166|

User: Why did the Framers divide government powers between the national government and the states? A. Dividing government powers created more political jobs. B. They wanted two levels of government with exactly the same powers. C. One level of government could not handle all the responsibilities. D. Dividing government powers would prevent an abuse of power.

Weegy: D. Dividing government powers would prevent an abuse of power.
bandita2011|Points 313|

User: What information is provided in the first three articles of the Constitution? A. a lengthy introduction called the Preamble B. an outline of the three branches of the federal government C. an explanation of how amendments are added to the Constitution D. the 27 amendments to the Constitution

Weegy: The answer is: e B. an outline of the three branches of the federal government. [smile]
patmarone|Points 6047|

User: The “no third-term” tradition became an amendment as a direct result of the fourth term of A. Franklin D. Roosevelt. B. John Adams. C. Harry S. Truman. D. Thomas Jefferson.

Weegy: The ?no third-term? tradition became an amendment as a direct result of the fourth term of A. Franklin D. Roosevelt.
debnjerry|Points 36166|

User: Which principles are essential to a balanced democracy? A. absolute power and equality B. accountability and diversity C. coalition and compromise D. majority rule and minority rights

Weegy: D. majority rule and minority rights
supernike|Points 295|

User: Which of the following is the main political unit in the world? A. the state B. the township C. the city D. the county





Weegy: The answer is A. the state.
Expert answered|jeifunk|Points 5779|



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