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It was during the Second Continental Congress that the delegates realized they needed a stronger central authority than the Continental Congress. So, what was proposed by the delegates at that time? A. the Articles of Confederation B. the current U.S. Constitution C. the American Bill of Rights D. the Federal Resolution
It was during the Second Continental Congress that the delegates realized they needed a stronger central authority than the Continental Congress. So, the delegates proposed The Articles of Confederation at that time.
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It was during the Second Continental Congress that the delegates realized they needed a stronger central authority than the Continental Congress. So, the delegates proposed The Articles of Confederation at that time.
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