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The system of checks and balances allows the Supreme Court to A. veto legislation passed in Congress. B. nominate candidates for congressional seats. C. declare acts of the president unconstitutional. D. select judges to serve in the federal court system.
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The system of checks and balances allows the Supreme Court to declare acts of the president unconstitutional.

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Which general's house is located in what is now Arlington cemetery? A. General Sherman B. General Grant C. General McClellan D. General Lee
Weegy: D. General Lee User: What happened on Sunday, April 9 1965 at Appomattox Court House, Virginia? A. General Lee surrendered to General Grant. B. General Lee died after losing Richmond to the Union forces. C. General Grant died after taking Richmond from the Confederate forces. D. General Lee and General Grant agreed to fight one last time in Washington, D.C. Weegy: What happened on Sunday, April 9 1965 at Appomattox Court House, Virginia? A. General Lee surrendered to General Grant... (More)
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The unit of measurement "mL" describes what property of a substance? A. mass B. length C. volume D. density
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The unit of measurement "mL" describes the volume of a substance.
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When was Common Sense published? A. May 1775 B. January 1776 C. April 1777 D. June 1778
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Common Sense was published on January 1776.
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