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Which of the following statements about the Constitution is correct? A) Congress does not have the power to tax. B) The states have the final authority. C) The president enforces the
laws. D) The national government cannot raise an army.
C. THE PRESIDENT ENFORCES THE LAWS.
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User: Which of the following statements about the Constitution is correct? A) Congress does not have the power to tax. B) The states have the final authority. C) The president enforces the laws. D) The national government cannot raise an army.

Weegy: C. THE PRESIDENT ENFORCES THE LAWS.
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User: In which year did the Constitutional Convention take place? A) 1776 B) 1787 C) 1789 D) 1796

User: In which city was the Constitutional Convention held? A) New York B) Boston C) Philadelphia D) Richmond

User: what was the main accomplishment of the articles of confederation ?

Weegy: The Articles of Confederation, formally the Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union, [ was an agreement among the 13 founding states that legally established the United States of America as a confederation of sovereign states and served as its first constitution. ]
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User: James Madison, Alexander Hamilton and John Jay wrote letters to newspapers praising the Constitution. What were these published letters called? A) Pentagon Papers B) Magna Carta C) Federalist Papers D) Bill of Rights

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James Madison, Alexander Hamilton and John Jay wrote letters to newspapers praising the Constitution. These published letters were called Federalist Papers.

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