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What kind of documentation is included on the last page of your paper? A. parenthetical B. footnote C. closing credits D. works cited
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All of the following were supported by the Federalists EXCEPT A. aiding France against Great Britain. B. a loose construction interpretation of the Constitution. C. mercantilism and commerce. D. a strong central government.
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George Washington was not in favor of political parties.
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Which of the following men was the first Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court? A. John Jay B. John Marshall C. John Adams D. John Quincy Adams
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John Jay was first Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court.
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Examine the sample text below and answer the question that follows. The participants were not able to notice an increase in noise level smaller than about one decibel (McGillicutty 155). What kind of citation is included in the example above? A. phrase B. parenthetical C. works cited D. thesis
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