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Before the Civil War, who believed that banks should be decentralized and that the states should establish and regulate all banks within their
boundaries. a. Federalists c. Whigs b. Anti-Federalists d. Republicans
Before the Civil War, who believed that banks should be decentralized and that the states should establish and regulate all banks within their boundaries. ANTI FEDERALISTS
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User: Before the Civil War, who believed that banks should be decentralized and that the states should establish and regulate all banks within their boundaries. a. Federalists c. Whigs b. Anti-Federalists d. Republicans

Weegy: Before the Civil War, who believed that banks should be decentralized and that the states should establish and regulate all banks within their boundaries. ANTI FEDERALISTS
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User: How did the United States government make the American public have confidence in the nation’s currency in the 1870s? a. The government backed the currency with cotton. b. The government permitted state-chartered banks to issue currency. c. The government established the First Bank of the United States. d. The government adopted the gold standard.



Weegy: The United States government make the American public have confidence in the nation’s currency in the 1870s when: The government adopted the gold standard.
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