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The new national government, under the U.S. Constitution, had its capital in this city. a. Philadelphia c. New York b. Richmond d. Boston
The new national government, under the U.S. Constitution, had its capital in New York city so it's letter C. For details, check this out:
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The new national government, under the U.S. Constitution, had its capital in this city. a. Philadelphia c. New York b. Richmond d. Boston
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The new national government, under the U.S. Constitution, had its capital in New York. [smile]
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