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What compromise was made at the Constitutional Convention so that Congress could get the power to control foreign trade? A. Congress could not regulate interstate trade. B. Congress could not tax slaves. C. Congress could not tax exports. D. Congress could not tax imports.
Weegy: C. Congress could not tax exports. The delegates decided to give Congress the power to tax and regulate trade, with the exception of exports. User: Which term describes the powers that the Constitution does not grant to the National Government and does not, at the same time, deny to the States? A. exclusive powers B. reserved powers C. inherent powers D. implied powers Weegy: Which term describes the powers that the ... (More)
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Why did the Framers divide government powers between the national government and the states? A. Dividing government powers created more political jobs. B. They wanted two levels of government with exactly the same powers. C. One level of government could not handle all the responsibilities. D. Dividing government powers would prevent an abuse of power.
Weegy: D. Dividing government powers would prevent an abuse of power. User: Which principles are essential to a balanced democracy? A. absolute power and equality B. accountability and diversity C. coalition and compromise D. majority rule and minority rights Weegy: D. majority rule and minority rights User: Which important document was signed by King John in the 1200s granting certain rights to the English people and limiting ... (More)
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What is a benefit of a confederate government? A. It has absolute authority and the power to embrace all matters of human concern. B. The people are the source for all the government’s power. C. Several states can cooperate in matters of common concern and still retain their separate identities. D. All powers held by the government belong to a single, central agency. Reset Selection
Weegy: C. Several states can cooperate in matters of common concern and still retain their separate identities. User: Which States were essential to the ratification of the Constitution and the success of the new government? A. Pennsylvania and New Jersey B. Virginia and New York C. North Carolina and Delaware D. Massachusetts and Connecticut Weegy: Which States were essential to the ratification of the Constitution and the success ... (More)
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Which is a way that monarchs gained legitimacy for their governments? A. tradition B. consumerism C. direct democracy D. mercantilism
Weegy: A. tradition is a way that monarchs gained legitimacy for their governments. User: The 18 powers of Congress are known as ____ powers. A. legislative B. judicial C. ultimate D. enumerated Weegy: The 18 powers of Congress are known as ENUMERATED powers. User: Which of the following tactics did many States once use to disenfranchise African American voters? A. “motor voter” laws B. age requirements C. literacy ... (More)
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All of the following are goals the Federal Government seeks to achieve in the economic realm except income equity.

The federal government guides the overall pace of economic activity, attempting to maintain steady growth, high levels of employment, and price stability.
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