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In the Madisonian Model for government, James Madison stated his belief that: A. The Constitution would be harmful to the lower class. B. The common man is not qualified to make many of the decisions necessary to govern. C. The Constitution gives too much power to the central government. D. The strong central government in the Constitution would be detrimental to individual liberties.
Weegy: In the Madisonian Model for government, James Madison stated his belief that: d.The strong central government in the Constitution would be detrimental to individual liberties. User: Which of the following are those general powers, which all governments have? A. Implied Powers B. Inherent Powers C. Expressed Powers D. Oversight Powers Weegy: B.) Inherent Powers User: The section of the Constitution which introduces the document and its purpose is known as the A. Preamble. B. Articles. C. Bill of Rights. D. Declaration of Independence. Weegy: : The answer is A. The Preamble to the United States Constitution consists of a single sentence that introduces the document and its purpose. Note that the Preamble itself neither grants any powers nor inhibits any actions. [ [ It only explains the rationale behind the Constitution. ] ] (More)
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A section of text added to the end of the Constitution, which changes the provisions of the document or makes a new rule is called a A. preamble. B. formal amendment. C. reserved power. D. judicial review.
Weegy: A section of text added to the end of the Constitution, [ which changes the provisions of the document or makes a new rule is called: B.) formal amendment Change or addition that becomes part of the written language of the Constitution itself through one of four methods set forth in the Constitution. ] (More)
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The body of the Constitution is divided into seven sections, each with a specific purpose. These sections are known as A. The Bill of Rights B. Articles C. Amendments D. Powers
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The body of the Constitution is divided into seven sections, each with a specific purpose. These sections are known as Articles.
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The document that contains a long list of grievances (complaints) against the King of England is known as: A. The Constitution. B. The Articles of Confederation. C. The Declaration of Independence. D. Common Sense.
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The document that contains a long list of grievances (complaints) against the King of England is known as: The Declaration of Independence.
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