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When New Hampshire became the ninth state to ratify the constitution the debate ended. Please select the best answer from the choices provided T F
Weegy: When New Hampshire became the ninth state to ratify the constitution the debate ended. [ IT is TRUE,, The debate was over when the US Constitution was submitted to the various states for ratification and when nine of the 13 approved it they had the required two-thirds majority. ] (More)
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A common feature of the first state constitutions was: a. trial by jury c. freedom of assembly b. popular sovereignty d. due process
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A common feature of the first state constitutions was popular sovereignty.
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Identify the concept behind, and the specifics of, the system of "checks and balances" used by the American government.
Weegy: The concept behind, and the specifics of, the system of 'checks and balances' used by the American government is to prevent total control by one party or group. There are three parts to American government. [ The legislative, judicial, and presidential parts have separate duties. Each part has some control over another part, which creates a checks and balances system in government. ] (More)
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The full faith and credit clause, allowing states to recognize legal procedures such as marriage, is contained in this article. a. article three c. article five b. article four d. article six
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The full faith and credit clause, allowing states to recognize legal procedures such as marriage, is contained in: ARTICLE FOUR.
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This section of the Constitution states why it was written. a. Amendments c. Preamble b. Bill of Rights d. Articles
Weegy: The c. Preamble to the US Constitution states why it was written. (More)
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