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Which of the following was true about the members of the Philadelphia Constitutional Convention? A. They were experienced legislators from England. B. They wanted to strengthen the national
government. C. They were mostly wealthy plantation owners. D. They were ardent advocates of democracy
B. They wanted to strengthen the national government.
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