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Before 1913 and the passage of the 17th Amendment, Senators were elected by state legislatures. Who has the power to elect Senators today? A. voters B. Congress C. the president D. the Senat
Weegy: Before 1913 and the passage of the 17th Amendment, Senators were elected by state legislatures. Who has the power to elect Senators today? D. the Senate (More)
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Before 1913 and the passage of the 17th Amendment, Senators were elected by state legislatures. VOTERS have the power to elect Senators today.
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What is conflict? p. the main character in a story l. the struggle between forces in the plot b. the character or force that brings complication to the plot d. the reason characters do what they do
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Conflict is the struggle between forces in the plot.
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Which of the following is a key reason to include hyperbole in a literary work? A. I. to add humor II. to heighten effect III. to create suspense I and II B. I, II, and III C. I and III D. III only
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__________ in the Constitution, outlines the limitations on congressional powers. A. Article I, Section 8 B. Article I, Section 9 C. Article II, Section 8 D. Article III, Section 9
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Article I, Section 9 in the Constitution, outlines the limitations on congressional powers.
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in the Constitution, outlines the limitations on congressional powers. A. Article I, Section 8 B. Article I, Section 9 C. Article II, Section 8 D. Article III, Section 9
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Article I, Section 9 in the Constitution, outlines the limitations on congressional powers.
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