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Under the Constitution, the national government is obligated to provide states with three things. Choose the answer that best completes the chart. a. denied powers c. funds to administer
elections b. surveillance d. protection
Under the Constitution, the national government is obligated to provide states with three things. d. protection.
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Under the Constitution, the national government is obligated to provide states with three things. d. protection.

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