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You don't really approve of the idea of political parties. However, you're known as a Federalist and are soon associated with that party. Chances are good that your name is A. George
Washington. B. Abraham Lincoln. C. James Madison. D. Thomas Jefferson.
The largest proportion of federal revenues comes from A. personal income taxes.
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User: The largest proportion of federal revenues comes from A. personal income taxes. B. excise taxes. C. social insurance taxes. D. borrowing.

User: You don't really approve of the idea of political parties. However, you're known as a Federalist and are soon associated with that party. Chances are good that your name is A. George Washington. B. Abraham Lincoln. C. James Madison. D. Thomas Jefferson.

Weegy: The largest proportion of federal revenues comes from A. personal income taxes.
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