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Why did some American Revolutionary leaders believe a central government was necessary? A) They did not want the states to have any rights. B) A central government was necessary to lead an
army and deal with other nations. C) Many believed this was the only way to prevent corruption in the government. D) Without a central government, it would be impossible to prevent the English from taking over.
Some American Revolutionary leaders believed a central government was needed because B) A central government was necessary to lead an army and deal with other nations
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