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Which of the following is descriptive of The Federalist Papers:(Points : 2) Written in support of the Articles of Confederation Written by George Washington and Benjamin Franklin Stated that the Constitution gave too much power to the central government Written in support of the Constitution.
Weegy: The answer is written in support of the Constitution. Can I answer any more questions? User: In the Madisonian Model for government, James Madison stated his belief that:(Points : 2) The Constitution would be harmful to the lower class. The masses should not be trusted to make many of the decisions necessary to govern. The Constitution gives too much power to the central government. The strong central government in the Constitution would be detrimental to individual liberties Weegy: The answer is that a strong central government in the Constitution would be detrimental to individual liberties. Can I help you with anything else? (More)
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Those delegates in attendance at the Convention of 1787 are often referred to as:(Points : 2) Antifederalists Federalists Founding Fathers Constructionists
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Those delegates in attendance at the Convention of 1787 are often referred to as: Founding Fathers.
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Which of the following was not in attendance at the Constitutional Convention in 1787?(Points : 2) George Washington Abraham Lincoln Benjamin Franklin James Madison
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Abraham Lincoln was not in attendance at the Constitutional Convention in 1787.
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The Maya and Aztec cultures both developed two calendars, a system of writing, and built large cities around plazas and temples to worship their gods.(Points : 1) True False
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The Maya and Aztec cultures both developed two calendars, a system of writing, and built large cities around plazas and temples to worship their gods. This is True.

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