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The _______ Amendment is the only constitutional amendment that was ratified by approval of conventions in three-fourths of the states. A. Eighteenth B. Twenty-First C. Fifteenth D. Twenty-Sixth
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User: The _______ Amendment is the only constitutional amendment that was ratified by approval of conventions in three-fourths of the states. A. Eighteenth B. Twenty-First C. Fifteenth D. Twenty-Sixth

Weegy: The A. Twenty-First Amendment is the only constitutional amendment that was ratified by approval of conventions in three-fourths of the states.
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User: Which statement about Shays' Rebellion is false? A. The central government provided troops to quell the rebellion. B. Poor farmers could be sent to debtor's prison. C. Daniel Shays resigned from the Continental Army. D. Many among the Massachusetts militia joined the rebels.

Weegy: B. The central government provided troops to quell the rebellion.
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User: Choose the statement from the following choices that best describes the separation of powers. A. Powers and duties of the United States government are decided by a system of direct democracy. B. Powers and duties of the United States government are divided among three branches of government. C. Powers and duties of the United States government are divided among two branches of government. D. Powers and duties of the United States government are chosen entirely by the President of the United States.

Weegy: The answer is "The U.S. federal government is deliberately organized to ensure that no one office can hold too much power over the others. [ The Constitution outlines the three main branches of government: the executive, the legislature and the judiciary. The office of the president makes up the executive branch, the Supreme Court heads up the federal judiciary and the legislature is split into the House of Representatives and the Senate." Read more: What Are the 3 Branches of the United States Government? | eHow.com ]
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User: Under Article _______ of the Constitution, the laws of Congress and all treaties are the law of the land. End of exam A. VII B. IV C. VI D. III

User: In 1786, Virginians called a convention in Annapolis to discuss problems with the A. Bill of Rights. B. Articles of Confederation. C. Constitution. D. Declaration of Independence

Weegy: B. Articles of Confederation.
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User: John Quincy has been a citizen of the United States for 8 years. He is 27 years old. If John decides to run for Congress, what are his options? A. He can run for the House, but not the Senate. B. He can run for the Senate, but not the House. C. He won't ever be qualified to run for the Senate. D. He can't run for the House or the Senate for at least one more year.

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Powers and duties of the United States government are divided among three branches of government best describes the separation of powers.

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Under Article VI of the Constitution, the laws of Congress and all treaties are the law of the land.

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John Quincy has been a citizen of the United States for 8 years. He is 27 years old. If John decides to run for Congress, his option is he can run for the House, but not the Senate.
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