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Which of the following statements is true regarding Anti-Federalists? A. Anti-Federalists were strongly against the Bill of Rights. B. Anti-Federalists argued against states' rights. C.
Anti-Federalists supported a strong central government. D. Anti-Federalists were suspicious of a strong central government
Anti-Federalists did not want to ratify the Constitution. A. Anti-Federalists were strongly against the Bill of Rights.
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User: Which of the following statements is true regarding Anti-Federalists? A. Anti-Federalists were strongly against the Bill of Rights. B. Anti-Federalists argued against states' rights. C. Anti-Federalists supported a strong central government. D. Anti-Federalists were suspicious of a strong central government



Weegy: Anti-Federalists did not want to ratify the Constitution. A. Anti-Federalists were strongly against the Bill of Rights.
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User: Supreme Court Justices are appointed for a term of A. 14 years. B. 6 years. C. 2 years. D. life.

Weegy: D. Life
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