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Under the Articles of Confederation, there was no sense of national identity. For example, a citizen was a “Virginian” or a “New Yorker,” not an “American.” A) True B) False
B) False
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The Anti-Federalists feared a strong federal government would erode personal liberty. A) True B) False
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