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The process by which the Constitution was approved by the states is known as A. levying. B. ratification. C. impeachment. D. vetoing.
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User: The process by which the Constitution was approved by the states is known as A. levying. B. ratification. C. impeachment. D. vetoing.

Weegy: The process by which the Constitution was approved by the states is known as a ratification.
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User: Shays' Rebellion encouraged national leaders to A. repeal the Bill of Rights. B. seek alternatives to the Articles of Confederation. C. change the Declaration of Independence. D. repeal the Stamp Act.

Weegy: Shays' Rebellion encouraged national leaders to seek alternatives to the Articles of Confederation.
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User: Which one of the following statements is accurate for the Articles of Confederation? A. Interstate commerce could be regulated. B. Each state could veto a presidential decision. C. There was only one central court. D. There was no president.

Weegy: There was no president is accurate for the Articles of Confederation.
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User: All men were given the right to vote in the Fifteenth Amendment, and women in the _______ Amendment. A. First B. Thirteenth C. Fifteenth D. Nineteenth

Weegy: All men were given the right to vote in the Fifteenth Amendment, and women in the Nineteenth Amendment.
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User: What kind of bills have to start in the House of Representatives? A. Education B. Declarations of War C. Tax D. Healthcare

Weegy: The Tax bills have to start in the House of Representatives.
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User: Which Article proclaims the Constitution as the highest law? A. Seventh B. Fourth C. Fifth D. Sixth

Weegy: Article Sixth proclaims the Constitution as the highest law.
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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 divided among two branches of government. B. Powers and duties of the United States government are chosen entirely by the President of the United States. C. Powers and duties of the United States government are divided among three branches of government. D. Powers and duties of the United States government are decided by a system of direct democracy.

Weegy: 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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User: Which of the following was one of the two issues involving slavery in the Constitution? A. Whether to allow men who were former slaves to vote B. How to return slaves to Africa C. Whether three-fifths of slaves should be free D. How slaves would be counted for representation

Weegy: The following was one of the two issues involving slavery in the Constitution: How slaves would be counted for representation.
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User: The New Jersey plan called for A. equal representation for all states in the Congress. B. a strong president. C. abandoning the Articles of Confederation. D. the abolition of slavery.

Weegy: The New Jersey plan called for equal representation for all states in the Congress.
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User: In light of Amendment VI, a 1963 Supreme Court decision in Gideon v. Wainright specified A. the role of courts of civil law. B. the definition of unreasonable bail. C. a timely trial. D. court-appointed attorneys.

Weegy: In light of Amendment VI, a 1963 Supreme Court decision in Gideon v. Wainright specified court-appointed attorneys.
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User: When you buy a U.S. government savings bond, you're doing so under the power given to Congress to A. regulate commerce. B. borrow money. C. levy taxes. D. print and coin money.

Weegy: When you buy a U.S. government savings bond, you're doing so under the power given to Congress to borrow money.
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User: Who sets the salary of the president? A. Senate B. Vice President C. Citizens D. Congress

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