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Where were most Federalists geographically located? A. rural areas in the North B. urban areas in the North C. rural areas in the South D. urban areas in the South
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User: Where were most Federalists geographically located? A. rural areas in the North B. urban areas in the North C. rural areas in the South D. urban areas in the South

Weegy: Federalists were geographically located in urban areas in the South.
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User: Which of the following men was not in favor of political parties? A. Thomas Jefferson B. John Adams C. George Washington D. James Madison

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George Washington was not in favor of political parties.
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Which Amendment states that all rights not granted to the federal government by the U.S. Constitution are reserved for the states and the people in them? A. the First Amendment B. the Fifth Amendment C. the Seventh Amendment D. the Tenth Amendment
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The TENTH Amendment states that all rights not granted to the federal government by the U.S. Constitution are reserved for the states and the people in them.

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Which of the following men was not in favor of political parties? A. Thomas Jefferson B. John Adams C. George Washington D. James Madison
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George Washington was not in favor of political parties.
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