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Q: This was a major complaint of the Anti-Federalists during the ratification(period) of the constitution. a. the three-fifths compromise c. a lack of a bill of attainder b. the electoral college
compromise d. a lack of a bill of rights
A: d. a lack of a bill of rights was a major complaint of the Anti-Federalists during the ratification(period) of the constitution.
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User: The Federalist Party wanted a strong central government.

User: This was a major complaint of the Anti-Federalists during the ratification(period) of the constitution. a. the three-fifths compromise c. a lack of a bill of attainder b. the electoral college compromise d. a lack of a bill of rights

Weegy: d. a lack of a bill of rights was a major complaint of the Anti-Federalists during the ratification(period) of the constitution.
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User: During the early-to-middle 1800s the Federalist Party (or nationalist party) was replaced by this party. a. Populist Party c. Greenback Party b. Whig Party d. Republican Party

Weegy: During the early to middle 1800s, the Federalist Party (or nationalist party) was replaced by the Republican Party.
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User: The era of the Republican Party began in 1860 with his election. a. Polk c. Grant b. Monroe d. Lincoln

Weegy: The era of the Republican Party began in 1860 with his election. d. Lincoln
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User: Which of the following is not one of the major eras of one party domination in American history? a. Era of the Democrats c. Return of the Democrats b. Era of the Republicans d. Return of the Republicans





Weegy: Which of the following is not one of the major eras of one party domination in American history? is d. Return of the Republicans
Expert answered|Balqueen|Points 91|

User: Who was the first incumbent to lose the presidency? a. Washington c. Jefferson b. Adams d. Monroe

Weegy: John Quincy Adams was the first incumbent president to not be re-elected to the presidency.
Expert answered|Balqueen|Points 91|

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