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In what way has the amendment process outlined in Article V of the Constitution proven to be successful in preventing trivial changes? A. Most amendments have helped end a state of emergency. B. Congress has ratified a majority of the proposed amendments. C. Of all the amendments ratified, none of them have been repealed. D. Of the thousands of proposed amendments, less than 1% have been ratified.
Weegy: In what way has the amendment process outlined in Article V of the Constitution proven to be successful in preventing trivial changes? C. Of all the amendments ratified, none of them have been repealed. (More)
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In what way has the amendment process outlined in Article V of the Constitution proven to be successful in preventing trivial changes? A. Most amendments have helped end a state of emergency. B. Congress has ratified a majority of the proposed amendments. C. Of all the amendments ratified, none of them have been repealed. D. Of the thousands of proposed amendments, less than 1% have been ratified.
Weegy: B. Congress has ratified a majority of the proposed amendments. It was within the power of the old congress to expedite or block the ratification of the new Constitution. [ The document that the Philadelphia Convention presented was technically only a revision of the Articles of Confederation. But the last article of the new instrument provided that when ratified by conventions in nine states (or 2/3 at the time), it should go into effect among the States so acting. Then followed an arduous process of ratification of the Constitution by specially constituted conventions. The need for only nine states was a controversial decision at the time, since the Articles of Confederation could only be amended by unanimous vote of all the states. However, the new Constitution was ratified by all thirteen states, with Rhode Island signing on last in May 1790. ] (More)
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Which article of the Constitution lays out the roles and powers of the president? A. Article I B. Article II C. Article III D. Article IV
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Article II of the Constitution lays out the roles and powers of the president.
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The National Security Council, the Office of Management and Budget, and the Council of Economic Advisers are all A. part of the Executive Office of the President. B. presidential cabinets. C. independent agencies. D. corporations under the Vice President.
Weegy: The National Security Council, the Office of Management and Budget, and the Council of Economic Advisers are all part of the Executive Office of the President. (More)
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