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Q: Why did the Framers divide government powers between the national government and the states? A. Dividing government powers created more political jobs. B. They wanted two levels of government with
exactly the same powers. C. One level of government could not handle all the responsibilities. D. Dividing government powers would prevent an abuse of power.
A: D. Dividing government powers would prevent an abuse of power.
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User: Why did the Framers divide government powers between the national government and the states? A. Dividing government powers created more political jobs. B. They wanted two levels of government with exactly the same powers. C. One level of government could not handle all the responsibilities. D. Dividing government powers would prevent an abuse of power.

Weegy: D. Dividing government powers would prevent an abuse of power.
bandita2011|Points 353|

User: The “no third-term” tradition became an amendment as a direct result of the fourth term of A. Franklin D. Roosevelt. B. John Adams. C. Harry S. Truman. D. Thomas Jefferson.

Weegy: The ?no third-term? tradition became an amendment as a direct result of the fourth term of A. Franklin D. Roosevelt.
debnjerry|Points 39666|

User: Which of the following documents is not considered a landmark document of English history? A. the English Bill of Rights B. the Magna Carta C. the Virginia Bill of Rights D. the Petition of Right

User: What is a benefit of a confederate government? A. It has absolute authority and the power to embrace all matters of human concern. B. The people are the source for all the government’s power. C. Several states can cooperate in matters of common concern and still retain their separate identities. D. All powers held by the government belong to a single, central agency.

Weegy: C. Several states can cooperate in matters of common concern and still retain their separate identities.
tjdcet|Points 301|

User: Which of the following is the main political unit in the world? A. the state B. the township C. the city D. the county

User: What information is provided in the first three articles of the Constitution? A. a lengthy introduction called the Preamble B. an outline of the three branches of the federal government C. an explanation of how amendments are added to the Constitution D. the 27 amendments to the Constitution

Weegy: The answer is: e B. an outline of the three branches of the federal government. [smile]
koaley|Points 6237|

User: Which of the following was an important message in The Federalist papers in favor of the Constitution? A. There would be a one-house legislature. B. The national government would rule the states. C. Government leaders must respect the rule of law. D. The military should not be under civilian control.

Weegy: C. Government leaders must respect the rule of law.
scijoe21|Points 2265|

User: Which States were essential to the ratification of the Constitution and the success of the new government? A. Pennsylvania and New Jersey B. Virginia and New York C. North Carolina and Delaware D. Massachusetts and Connecticut

Weegy: Which States were essential to the ratification of the Constitution and the success of the new government? B. [ Virginia and New York ]
jameshand|Points 2049|

User: Which term describes the type of government in which the power to rule is held by a small, usually self-appointed elite? A. autocracy B. oligarchy C. military junta D. monarchy

Weegy: Which term describes the type of government in which the power to rule is held by a small, usually self-appointed elite? D. monarchy
brunaleski|Points 1172|

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