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Virginia ratified the constitution with the help of all of the following men EXCEPT: a. Washington c. Henry b. Jefferson d. Madison
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Virginia ratified the constitution with the help of all of the following men EXCEPT Henry.
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Which of the following was not a weakness of the Articles of Confederation? a. one vote per state regardless of size c. strong national court system b. Congress could not collect tax d. could not regulate foreign commerce
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Direct election of senators to Congress occurred because of: a. the original wording in article one c. the bill of rights b. the original wording in article two d. a constitutional amendment
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The specific powers of Congress are outlined in the chart shown above. Choose the answer that best completes this chart. a. elastic clause c. Articles of Confederation b. enumerated powers d. implied powers
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The specific powers of Congress are: enumerated powers.
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Over the course of U.S. history this body has become stronger. a. state government c. city government b. national government d. county government
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