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Why is the ratification process important in creating a constitution?
The most important things about the Constitution ratification process are1234: The ratification of the Constitution was a long, difficult battle, and there was hardly any guarantee that the Federalists, who supported ratification, [ would win. Popular sovereignty is an important part of ratification. The relative power of the state and federal governments was the greatest sticking point when it came to ratification. To get the Constitution ratified by all 13 states, the delegates to the Constitutional Convention had to reach several compromises, including the Great Compromise, the
Three-Fifths Compromise, and the Electoral College. Article VII of the Constitution of the United States describes the process by which the entire document was to become effective. It required that conventions of nine of the thirteen original States ratify the Constitution. ]
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Why is the ratification process important in creating a constitution?
Weegy: most important things about the Constitution ratification process are1234: The ratification of the Constitution was a long, difficult battle, [ and there was hardly any guarantee that the Federalists, who supported ratification, would win. Popular sovereignty is an important part of ratification. The relative power of the state and federal governments was the greatest sticking point when it came to ratification. To get the Constitution ratified by all 13 states, the delegates to the Constitutional Convention had to reach several compromises, including the Great Compromise, the Three-Fifths Compromise, and the Electoral College. Article VII of the Constitution of the United States describes the process by which the entire document was to become effective. It required that conventions of nine of the thirteen original States ratify the Constitution. ] (More)
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During the 2011 Arab Spring movement, the country of Bahrain stifled the voices of its protesters – restricting where they could gather together and what they could say. Based on this information, which human rights did its government limit? Select all that apply. the right to drive automobiles the right to free speech the right to gather peacefully the right to travel to the United States the right to own property
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During the 2011 Arab Spring movement, the country of Bahrain stifled the voices of its protesters – restricting where they could gather together and what they could say. Based on this information, The right to free speech and The right to gather peacefully are human rights did its government limit.
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How does a theocracy differ from of the U.S. government? Citizens vote for legislation and representatives. There are several different levels of government. The government is ruled by a small group of people. A god or deity is considered to have ultimate power.
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A god or deity is considered to have ultimate power. -does a theocracy differ from of the U.S. Government.
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What is “civic life”? activities related to the arts or entertainment activities related to the affairs of the community activities related to starting or running a business activities sponsored by a government agency or program
Weegy: “Civic life”is: activities related to the affairs of the community. (More)
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In the United States, who has the ultimate authority over government? the people the president the federal government the fifty state governments
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In the United States, the people has the ultimate authority over government.

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