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A key aspect of ratification in both Virginia and New York was: a. a promise to end slavery immediately c. a promise of a bill of rights to follow b. a promise to give women political rights d. a promise to give everyone over the age of 21 the right to vote
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For all intent and purpose, the Declaration of Independence was a statement claiming that the King of England had broken Locke's social contract.
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The single largest complaint by the colonies against their English rulers involved taxation.
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Which of the following can be said to have contributed the MOST toward the realization that the nation needed a stronger central government? a. political issues b. economic issues c. military issues d. social issues
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Economic issues can be said to have contributed the MOST toward the realization that the nation needed a stronger central government.



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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: After identifying a need for a stronger national government, representatives from Maryland and _______ met for negotiations at Mt. Vernon. a. New Jersey b. Pennsylvania c. Rhode Island d. Virginia
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