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Q: George Mason's ideas on limited government, consent of the governed, and the social contract were adopted by the Virginia legislature in 1776. Which document was later influenced by these same
principles? A. U.S. Constitution B. Monroe Doctrine C. Kentucky Resolution D. Articles of Confederation
A: The document was United States Declaration of Independence
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User: George Mason's ideas on limited government, consent of the governed, and the social contract were adopted by the Virginia legislature in 1776. Which document was later influenced by these same principles? A. U.S. Constitution B. Monroe Doctrine C. Kentucky Resolution D. Articles of Confederation

Weegy: The document was United States Declaration of Independence
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User: What did Thomas Jefferson include in the Declaration of Independence to make clear the colonists' right to rebel against the British government? A. a summary of other rebellions against the British king B. a list of the colonists' past acts of allegiance to the British king C. a description of the legal rights granted to the British king D. a list of offenses committed against the colonies by the British king

Weegy: C. a description of the legal rights granted to the British king
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User: Which constitutional principle is Madison arguing for in this passage? “. . . the government ought to be founded on a mixture of the principles of proportional and equal representation.” –James Madison, The Federalist, No. 62 A. unitary executive B. state independence C. bicameral legislature D. independent judiciary

Weegy: B. state independence
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User: How did the framers of the U.S. Constitution integrate the states with the need for a national government? A. by creating a new form of socialism B. by creating a new form of regionalism C. by creating a new form of federalism D. by creating a new form of monarchism

Weegy: How did the framers of the U.S. Constitution integrate the states with the need for a national government? C. by creating a new form of federalism
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