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Which of the following was NOT a fundamental document that influenced the development of U.S. government? A. Virginia Declaration of Rights B. Massachusetts Constitution C. Declaration of Independence D. Texas Charter of Rights
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Which of the following men is considered a Founding Father of the United States of America? a. abraham lincon b. ulysses s. grant c. george washington d. alexis d'tocqueville
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How does Congress deal with the thousands of proposed bills each session? A. by meeting three times a year B. by establishing committees and agencies C. by passing important bills to the Supreme Court D. by allowing members of Congress to serve lifelong terms
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