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Before the Civil War, who believed that a strong centralized banking system was necessary to develop healthy industry and trade. a. Federalists c. Whigs b. Anti-Federalists d. Republicans
Before the Civil War, who believed that a strong centralized banking system was necessary to develop healthy industry and trade. Answer: a. Federalists
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User: Before the Civil War, who believed that a strong centralized banking system was necessary to develop healthy industry and trade. a. Federalists c. Whigs b. Anti-Federalists d. Republicans

Weegy: Before the Civil War, who believed that a strong centralized banking system was necessary to develop healthy industry and trade. Answer: a. Federalists
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User: the central banking system of the United States

User: What did the Federalists believe about banking? a. They believed that the banking system already in existence was sufficient. b. They believed an international banking system would be best. c. They believed that a centralized banking system was necessary. d. They believed that state governments should own and run the nation’s banks.

Weegy: They believed that a centralized banking system was necessary. : did the Federalists believe about banking.
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User: Before the Civil War, what backed government bills and currency? a. diamonds c. gold b. promissory notes from Congress d. none of the above

Weegy: Before the civil war, gold backed government bills and currency.
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User: Which of the following was NOT a cause of the Savings and Loan crisis of the 1980s? a. bad loans c. high interest rates b. the gold reserve act d. deregulation of the industry

Weegy: B. The gold reserve act is not a cause of the Savings and Loan crisis of 1980s.
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User: Which of the following is an important power given to the federal government by the National Banking Acts of 1863 and 1864? a. the power to charter banks b. the power to create separate currencies for the North and the South c. the power to create a gold standard d. the power to test for counterfeit money

Weegy: grant bank charters c. the power to create a gold standard
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User: Before the Civil War, who believed that banks should be decentralized and that the states should establish and regulate all banks within their boundaries. a. Federalists c. Whigs b. Anti-Federalists d. Republicans



Weegy: Before the Civil War, Anti-Federalists believed that banks should be decentralized and that the states should establish and regulate all banks within their boundaries.
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before the civil war, who believed that a strong centralized banking system was necessary to develop healthy industry and trade
Weegy: 1791-1811: First Attempt at Central Banking At the urging of then Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton, Congress established the First Bank of the United States, headquartered in Philadelphia, in 1791. [ It was the largest corporation in the country and was dominated by big banking and money interests. Many agrarian minded Americans uncomfortable with the idea of a large and powerful bank opposed it. When the bank?s 20-year charter expired in 1811 Congress refused to renew it by one vote. - - - ] User: Before the Civil War, who believed that banks should be decentralized and that the states should establish and regulate all banks within their boundaries. a. Federalists c. Whigs b. Anti-Federalists d. Republicans Weegy: Before the Civil War, who believed that banks should be decentralized and that the states should establish and regulate all banks within their boundaries. b. Anti-Federalists d. Republicans.Weegy On! (More)
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Before the Civil War, what backed government bills and currency? a. diamonds c. gold b. promissory notes from Congress d. none of the above Please select the best answer from the choices provided
Weegy: Before the Civil War, what backed government bills and currency? answer: b. promissory notes source:en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Bank_Act? (More)
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