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This body was the first national government of what would become the United States of America. a. The Albany Plan of Union c. The 2nd Continental Congress b. The 1st Continental Congress d. The Stamp Act Congress
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The 1st Continental Congress was the first national government of what would become the United States of America.
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Under the Articles of Confederation, in order to pass a law, at least 9 state representatives had to approve.
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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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The Founders created a Constitution that could be adapted for the future through Constitutional amendment.

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