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Q: In which type of colony did strict governors anger the colonists? A. the royal colonies B. the proprietary colonies C. the charter colonies D. the informed colonies
A: A. the royal colonies
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User: In which type of colony did strict governors anger the colonists? A. the royal colonies B. the proprietary colonies C. the charter colonies D. the informed colonies

Weegy: A. the royal colonies
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User: Who makes up the Council of Economic Advisers? A. three of the nation’s top economists B. members of the congressional budget committees C. the secretary of the treasury and the chairman of the Federal Reserve D. representatives of all the federal agencies that deal with economic matters

Weegy: B. Members of the congressional budget committees
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User: The _____ limits the actions of government leaders. A. president B. rule of law C. state D. congress

Weegy: The B. rule of law limits actions of government leaders
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User: A(n) ______ is someone who is not in the military. A. soldier B. civilian C. officer D. immigrant

Weegy: A civilian is someone who is not in the military.
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User: The Necessary and Proper Clause is important because A. it is the basis for the existence of the implied powers. B. it describes exactly what Congress may and may not do. C. it gives Congress the commerce power. D. it resolves the dispute between strict and liberal constructionists.

Weegy: A. it is the basis for the existence of the implied powers.
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User: Which of the following statements about standing committees is true? A. They exist in the House but not in the Senate. B. They all have about the same amount of influence. C. They have only recently been set up in Congress. D. They play a critical role in the lawmaking process.

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