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Q: Why was it so important that a Bill of Rights be added to the Constitution? A. to establish a set of strict rules for the states to follow B. to prevent the states from overthrowing the federal
government C. to keep the federal government from suppressing fundamental rights D. to deny citizens the right to petition the government for redress of grievances
A: C. to keep the federal government from suppressing fundamental rights
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User: Why was it so important that a Bill of Rights be added to the Constitution? A. to establish a set of strict rules for the states to follow B. to prevent the states from overthrowing the federal government C. to keep the federal government from suppressing fundamental rights D. to deny citizens the right to petition the government for redress of grievances

Weegy: C. to keep the federal government from suppressing fundamental rights
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User: One of the grievances listed by the Declaration of Independence was the enforcement of the Quartering Act, which required American colonists to provide British troops with housing and provisions. Which amendment to the Bill of Rights addressed this grievance? A. First Amendment B. Third Amendment C. Fifth Amendment D. Eighth Amendment

Weegy: B. THIRD AMENDMENT One of the grievances listed by the Declaration of Independence was the enforcement of the Quartering Act, which required American colonists to provide British troops with housing and provisions.
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User: Which part of the U.S. Constitution was added after ratification to address the concerns of the Anti-Federalists? A. the Preamble B. the Bill of Rights C. the Separation of Powers D. the System of Checks and Balances

Weegy: B. the Bill of Rights
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User: Unlike many of the other Founding Fathers, the political philosophy of Alexander Hamilton included which ideas? A. a flexible constitution and a strong central government B. a weak central government and a constitution with no real power C. a strictly interpreted constitution and powerful state governments D. a despotic central government and a constitution limiting individual rights

Weegy: C. a strictly interpreted constitution and powerful state governments
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User: U.S. Ambassador Charles Pinckney reportedly responded "No, no, not a sixpence!" when the French foreign minister demanded bribes and loans from the United States. What did this incident, which increased tensions between the two nations, become known as? A. XYZ Affair B. Embargo Episode C. Chesapeake Affair D. Louisiana Purchase

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