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Q: Chief Justice Roger B. Taney and others who favor local action believe in a. the nationalist position. c. the sunset law. b. the states' rights position. d. the sunrise law.
A: Chief Justice Roger B. Taney and others who favor local action believe in the states' rights position.
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User: Chief Justice Roger B. Taney and others who favor local action believe in a. the nationalist position. c. the sunset law. b. the states' rights position. d. the sunrise law.

Weegy: Chief Justice Roger B. Taney and others who favor local action believe in the states' rights position.
jeifunk|Points 10463|

User: Identify which of its powers the national government uses to carry out the actions listed in the graphic organizer: a. expressed c. inherent b. implied d. enumerated

Weegy: Identify which of its powers the national government uses to carry out the actions listed in the graphic organizer: b. IMPLIED.
alfred123|Points 3982|

User: granted by Article I of the Constitution, this allows Congress to take any action they deem necessary and proper for the benefit of the country

Weegy: ... to take any action they deem necessary and proper for the benefit of the country to Granted by Article I of the Constitution this allows Congress [ to take any ... [ ] ]
nlewis123|Points 180|

User: Congress passed the Civil Rights Act of 1964 using this Constitutional authority. a. commerce power c. protection of states' citizens b. taxing power d. war powers

Weegy: Congress passed the Civil Rights Act of 1964 using 3. protection of states' citizens.
OxTornado007|Points 6899|

User: For a territory to be admitted to the Union, the first step was for Congress to pass a. the state constitution. c. a sunshine law. b. an enabling act. d. a sunset law.

Weegy: For a territory to be admitted to the Union, the first step was for Congress to pass b. an enabling act..
lieengar|Points 155|

User: Preemptive laws actually take away power from the state.

User: Franklin D. Roosevelt and others who favor federal action believe in the a. nationalist position. c. states' rights position. b. sunset law. d. sunshine law.

User: The ____________ favored national action in dealing with problems. a. nationalists c. republicans b. statists d. centralists

Weegy: The nationalists favored national action in dealing with problems.
lieengar|Points 155|

User: expressed powers that have been outlined are

User: This man was a supporter of the states' rights position. a. David Levitt c. Franklin D. Roosevelt b. Chief Justice Roger B. Taney d. Richard Nixon

Weegy: Chief Justice Roger B. Taney was a supporter of the states rights position.
Mayang30|Points 866|

User: As the US was growing at the end of the 19th century how were the states’ admissions controlled? a. Compromise of 1850 c. Stamps Act b. Enabling Act d. Compromise of Kansas-Nebraska

Weegy: As the US was growing at the end of the 19th century how were the states ? admissions controlled? b. Enabling Act
selymi|Points 11421|

User: Over the course of U.S. history this body has become stronger. a. state government c. city government b. national government d. county government

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