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Under the Articles of Confederation, justice and law enforcement are left to __________. A. the nation B. the states C. the people D. Congress
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User: Under the Articles of Confederation, justice and law enforcement are left to __________. A. the nation B. the states C. the people D. Congress

Weegy: Under the Articles of Confederation, justice and law enforcement are left to: THE STATES.


User: The federal government __________ is an example of establishing justice. A. establishing federal courts B. providing a national military C. providing freedom and rights to citizens D. establishing public programs for citizens

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The federal government establishing federal courts is an example of establishing justice.
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