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The most notable philosophies influencing America’s founding was/were (Points : 1) divine right of kings. aristocracy. liberalism and republicanism. free markets.
C. Liberalism and republicanism
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User: Core to the notion of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness in the Declaration of Independence is (Points : 1) human agency. pure unfettered liberty. the idea that government may never restrict your liberty. the concept of limited government.

User: Core to the notion of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness in the Declaration of Independence is

User: The most notable philosophies influencing America’s founding was/were (Points : 1) divine right of kings. aristocracy. liberalism and republicanism. free markets.

Weegy: C. Liberalism and republicanism
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User: As Aristotle conceived it, a mixed constitution consisted of a division of power between the (Points : 1) king and the aristocracy. sovereign, the legislature, and the aristocracy. government and the military. president, congress, and the judiciary.

User: Republicanism differs from Democracy in that (Points : 1) the people don’t get to vote. it is indirect because the people elect representatives. the government serves the public interest. the people participate in public affairs and vote on all matters.

Weegy: the people don’t get to vote.
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Human Agency is the core to the notion of "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness" in the Declaration of Independence.
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The Framers wanted separation of powers for the following reasons except for: (Points : 1) No one form of government could be trusted. Too much power in the hands of one can lead to corruption. They assumed that one branch would encroach upon the rights of the other branches and the liberty of the people. They were fearful that a king would not want to be restrained.
Weegy: They assumed that one branch would encroach upon the rights of the other branches and the liberty of the people. (More)
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They were fearful that a King would not want to be restrained. The answer can be found in the section “The U.S. Constitution Institutionalizes American Values.”

This is Wrong! They assumed that one branch would encroach upon the rights of the other branches and the liberty of the people. This is Wrong
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The basis in the Constitution for expansive congressional authority is what? User: The basis in the Constitution for expansive congressional authority is (Points : 1) the “Necessary and Proper” and the Congress’s Enumerated Powers. Congress’s enumerated powers and The Interstate Commerce Clause. Congress’s enumerated powers. the “Necessary and Proper” and Interstate Commerce Clauses.
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The answer is - - the Necessary and Proper Clause.
Instructor Explanation: The answer can be found in the section “The Congress.”

This is WRONG- Congress’s expressed powers.- This is WRONG
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Weegy: The Framers of the Constitution wanted to create a government that was powerful enough to take care of business, but not so powerful that it could threaten tyranny. [ One key idea in designing such a powerful, but limited, government was the doctrine of separation of powers. ] (More)
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