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Q: 2. In 1786, Virginians called a convention in Annapolis to discuss problems with the A. Bill of Rights. B. Declaration of Independence. C. Articles of Confederation. D. Constitution.
A: The answer is letter C. Articles of Confederation.
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In 1786, Virginians called a convention in Annapolis to discuss problems with the Articles of Confederation.
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