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What was a key philosophy held by the Founding Fathers? A. representative government B. rule by divine right C. rule by a dictatorship D. centralized power
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User: What was a key philosophy held by the Founding Fathers? A. representative government B. rule by divine right C. rule by a dictatorship D. centralized power

Weegy: a key philosophy held by the Founding Fathers was A. representative government
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User: What was the structure of the legislative body created by the Articles of Confederation? A. bicameral B. unicameral C. tri-cameral D. separated powers

Weegy: C
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User: What was the chief complaint that the American colonies had against England? A. unfair rule B. not enough leadership support C. little guidance in developing charters D. unfair distribution of land

Weegy: What was the chief complaint that the American colonies had against England? The answer is A. unfair rule
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User: The phrase "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness" comes from the adapted work of A. John Locke. B. Thomas Hobbes. C. Justinian I. D. Hammurabi.

Weegy: A. John Locke
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User: Which of the following was NOT one of Thomas Hobbes' philosophical views? A. most basic need is security B. right to tax is essential for stability C. ruler has absolute authority D. social contract between person and ruler for security

Weegy: D. social contract between person and ruler for security





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