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“In our case, the concurrence of thirteen distinct sovereign wills is requisite, under the Confederation, to the complete execution of every important measure. . . . The measures of the Union have
not been executed.” –Alexander Hamilton, The Federalist, No. 15 How does Hamilton make a case for a new government? A. He argues that the current government needs an army. B. He argues that the current government is inefficient. C. He argues that the current government cannot levy taxes. D. He argues that the current government is too corrupt.
B. He argues that the current government is inefficient.
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User: “In our case, the concurrence of thirteen distinct sovereign wills is requisite, under the Confederation, to the complete execution of every important measure. . . . The measures of the Union have not been executed.” –Alexander Hamilton, The Federalist, No. 15 How does Hamilton make a case for a new government? A. He argues that the current government needs an army. B. He argues that the current government is inefficient. C. He argues that the current government cannot levy taxes. D. He argues that the current government is too corrupt.

Weegy: B. He argues that the current government is inefficient.
Expert answered|selymi|Points 8542|

User: Which description BEST completes the diagram below? A. Methods used to amend the U.S. Constitution B. Methods used to present a case to the Supreme Court C. Methods used by Congress to override presidential vetoes D. Methods used by Congress to bypass the U.S. Constitution

Weegy: C. Methods used by Congress to override presidential vetoes
Expert answered|patrick_hustla|Points 160|

User: “The complete independence of the courts of Justice is peculiarly essential in a limited constitution.” –The Federalist, No. 78 Which example BEST illustrates this principle of government? A. judges being appointed for life B. judges being elected to a term C. judges being appointed to a term D. judges being fired by the legislature

Weegy: A. judges being appointed for life
Expert answered|patrick_hustla|Points 160|

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The changes in government policy listed below BEST reflect the political philosophies of which U.S. president? • Opposed public debt • Reduced the number of federal employees • Reduced the size of the military • Urged Congress to let the Alien and Sedition Acts lapse • Encouraged policies to benefit small independent farmers A. George Washington B. John Adams C. Thomas Jefferson D. James Monroe
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