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What was the main disagreement between the Virginia Plan and the New Jersey Plan? A. powers of the judiciary B. election of the executive C. representation of the states D. powers of the executive
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What are the three branches of government set up by the Constitution? A. monarch, parliament, Supreme Court B. Congress, Supreme Court, Speaker of the House C. executive, legislative, judicial D. executive, legislative, presidential
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Executive, Legislative, Judicial are the three branches of government set up by the Constitution.

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Which of the following was a concern of the Antifederalists? A. the need for a strong central government B. the weakness of the Articles of Confederation C. the lack of a bill of rights in the Constitution D. the tyranny of factions
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Interstate compacts require the consent of: A. the president. B. Congress. C. the Supreme Court. D. a majority of the president's Cabinet.
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Interstate compacts require the consent of Congress.




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