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The Anti-Federalist were against ratification because of one main reason. Name it. a. The Constitution was a mirror of the Articles of Confederation. c. The Constitution did not have a Bill of
Rights. b. The Constitution was set in stone so that it could never change. d. The Constitution took away all state’s rights.
The Anti-Federalist were against ratification of Consitution because C. The Consitution did not have a Bill of Rights.
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User: The Anti-Federalist were against ratification because of one main reason. Name it. a. The Constitution was a mirror of the Articles of Confederation. c. The Constitution did not have a Bill of Rights. b. The Constitution was set in stone so that it could never change. d. The Constitution took away all state’s rights.

Weegy: The Anti-Federalist were against ratification of Consitution because C. The Consitution did not have a Bill of Rights.
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User: The ___________ was signed by King Charles I in 1628 and declared that even the monarch was subject to the law of the land. a. Intolerable Acts. b. Petition of Right. c. Stamp Act of 1765. d. English Bill of Rights.

Weegy: b. [ Petition of Right was signed by King Charles I in 1628 and declared that even the monarch was subject to the law of the land. Petition of Right: Document prepared by Parliament and signed by King Charles I of England in 1628; challenged the idea of the divine right of kings and declared that even the monarch was subject to the laws of the land. ]
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User: Which of the following documents originally challenged the idea of the divine rights of kings? a. The Petition of Right b. English Bill of Rights c. Magna Carta d. United States Bill of Rights

Weegy: c. Magna Carta originally challenged the idea of the divine rights of kings.
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User: From the formation of the New England Confederation to that of the Second Continental Congress, the colonists became progressively a. better organized. b. more defiant. c. both a and b d. none of the above

Weegy: From the formation of the New England Confederation to that of the Second Continental Congress, the colonists became progressively better organized and more defiant.
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User: Which feature did the State constitutions and the Articles of Confederation have in common? a. royal governors b. bill of rights c. principle of popular sovereignty d. a strong executive elected by popular vote

User: The government set up by the Articles of Confederation had a. no legislative or judicial branch. b. only a legislative and an executive branch. c. only a legislative branch, consisting of a unicameral Congress. d. only a legislative branch, consisting of a bicameral Congress.

User: The government set up by the Articles of Confederation had? a. no legislative or judicial branch. b. only a legislative and an executive branch. c. only a legislative branch, consisting of a unicameral Congress. d. only a legislative branch, consisting of a bicameral Congress.





Weegy: The government set up by the Articles of Confederation had c. only a legislative branch, consisting of a unicameral Congress.
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User: Under the Articles of Confederation, Congress had the power to do all of the following EXCEPT: a. regulate currency and commerce among the states. b. to make war and peace. c. make treaties. d. raise an army by asking states for troops.

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