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Q: What was stated in the English Bill of Rights? A. American colonists could be independent. B. A person charged with a crime could have a jury trial. C. The king could not force colonists
to make loans. D. The king could not force colonists to pay high taxes.
A: B. A person charged with a crime could have a jury trial.
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User: What was stated in the English Bill of Rights? A. American colonists could be independent. B. A person charged with a crime could have a jury trial. C. The king could not force colonists to make loans. D. The king could not force colonists to pay high taxes.

Weegy: B. A person charged with a crime could have a jury trial.
mifaith20|Points 80|

User: Who makes up the Council of Economic Advisers? A. three of the nation’s top economists B. members of the congressional budget committees C. the secretary of the treasury and the chairman of the Federal Reserve D. representatives of all the federal agencies that deal with economic matters

Weegy: Three of the nation?s top economists makes up the Council of Economic Advisers. three of the nation?s top economists
shylo|Points 478|

User: All of the following are goals the Federal Government seeks to achieve in the economic realm except A. full employment. B. price stability. C. income equity. D. economic growth.

User: Which is a way that monarchs gained legitimacy for their governments? A. tradition B. consumerism C. direct democracy D. mercantilism

Weegy: A. tradition is a way that monarchs gained legitimacy for their governments.
OxTornado007|Points 6459|

User: Most civil rights laws in the U.S. resulted from efforts made by and on behalf of A. women. B. Native Americans. C. Asian Americans. D. African Americans

User: _______ is the power to make final decisions. A. Authority B. Veto C. Majority

Weegy: Definition: refusal of permission; In practice, the veto can be absolute (as in the U.N. [ Security Council, whose permanent members can block any resolution) or limited (as in the legislative process of the United States, where a two thirds vote in both the House and Senate may override a Presidential veto of legislation. ]
lisawelch|Points 5688|

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