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In what way does the amendment process of the U.S. Constitution demonstrate a federal system of government? A. Amendments are proposed on a national level and ratified by the
states. B. Amendments are proposed on a state level and ratified by Congress. C. Amendments are proposed by petitions from citizens and ratified by the president. D. Amendments are proposed on a national or state level and ratified by the president.
B. Amendements are proposed on a state level and ratified by Congress.
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User: In what way does the amendment process of the U.S. Constitution demonstrate a federal system of government? A. Amendments are proposed on a national level and ratified by the states. B. Amendments are proposed on a state level and ratified by Congress. C. Amendments are proposed by petitions from citizens and ratified by the president. D. Amendments are proposed on a national or state level and ratified by the president.





Weegy: B. Amendements are proposed on a state level and ratified by Congress.
Expert answered|MrG|Points 605|

User: In what way has the amendment process outlined in Article V of the Constitution proven to be successful in preventing trivial changes? A. Most amendments have helped end a state of emergency. B. Congress has ratified a majority of the proposed amendments. C. Of all the amendments ratified, none of them have been repealed. D. Of the thousands of proposed amendments, less than 1% have been ratified.

Weegy: D. Of the thousands of proposed amendments, less than 1% have been ratified.
Expert answered|rhey22787|Points 395|

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In what way has the amendment process outlined in Article V of the Constitution proven to be successful in preventing trivial changes? A. Most amendments have helped end a state of emergency. B. Congress has ratified a majority of the proposed amendments. C. Of all the amendments ratified, none of them have been repealed. D. Of the thousands of proposed amendments, less than 1% have been ratified.
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