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Controls given to one branch of government to limit the power of another branch are known as A. checks and balances. B. popular sovereignty. C. basic rights. D. appellate jurisdiction.
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User: Controls given to one branch of government to limit the power of another branch are known as A. checks and balances. B. popular sovereignty. C. basic rights. D. appellate jurisdiction.

Weegy: D. checks and balances.
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User: The _______ Amendment is the only constitutional amendment that was ratified by approval of conventions in three-fourths of the states. A. Twenty-Sixth B. Twenty-First C. Eighteenth D. Fifteenth

Weegy: The Twenty-First Amendment is the only constitutional amendment that was ratified by approval of conventions in three-fourths of the states.
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User: Senator Dodd of Illinois was elected in 1998. If he decides to run again when his term expires, in what year will the election occur? A. 2002 B. 2006 C. 2004 D. 2005

User: The idea that people within a state can and should determine the laws within that state is referred to as A. federalism. B. popular sovereignty. C. abolitionism. D. state sovereignty.

Weegy: The idea that people within a state can and should determine the laws within that state is referred to as C. popular sovereignty. [smile]
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User: In 1786, Virginians called a convention in Annapolis to discuss problems with the A. Articles of Confederation. B. Bill of Rights. C. Constitution. D. Declaration of Independence.

Weegy: B. Articles of Confederation.
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User: Which of the following statements is true regarding Anti-Federalists? A. Anti-Federalists were suspicious of a strong central government. B. Anti-Federalists supported a strong central government. C. Anti-Federalists argued against states' rights. D. Anti-Federalists were strongly against the Bill of Rights.

Weegy: C. Anti-Federalists were suspicious of a strong central government.
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User: The governmental body responsible for interpreting the Constitution is the A. House of Representatives. B. president. C. Senate. D. Supreme Court.

Weegy: The governmental body responsible for interpreting the Constitution is the A. Supreme Court.
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User: The process by which the Constitution was approved by the states is known as A. levying. B. impeachment. C. vetoing. D. ratification.

Weegy: The process by which the Constitution was approved by the states is known as: D. ratification.
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User: The New Jersey plan called for A. a strong president. B. abandoning the Articles of Confederation. C. equal representation for all states in the Congress. D. the abolition of slavery.

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The New Jersey plan called for: equal representation for all states in the Congress. [SMILE]
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