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In 1787, delegates met in Philadelphia. They came from all of the 13 states except A. Pennsylvania. B. South Carolina. C. Rhode Island. D. New Jersey.
In 1787, delegates met in Philadelphia. They came from all of the 13 states except Rhode Island.
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