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What two states were not part of the nine needed to legally ratify the Constitution but were sought for ratification in order to ensure a strong backing of the Constitution? a. Virginia and New Jersey c. New York and Connecticut b. New Jersey and Connecticut d. New York and Virginia
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In the first amendment there is actually two separate protections involving religion, one being the establishment clause and the second the _____ exercise clause. a. limited c. free b. total d. absolute
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