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The system of checks and balances failed under Andrew Jackson when he A. acted against a ruling of the Supreme Court. B. passed the Wagner Act. C. declared war without a declaration of war from Congress. D. failed to repeal the Patriot Act
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User: The system of checks and balances failed under Andrew Jackson when he A. acted against a ruling of the Supreme Court. B. passed the Wagner Act. C. declared war without a declaration of war from Congress. D. failed to repeal the Patriot Act

Weegy: The system of checks and balances failed under Andrew Jackson when he acted against a ruling of the Supreme Court.
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User: The Brady Bill is related to gun control, and the Wagner Act is related to A. civil rights. B. the right to privacy. C. organized labor. D. due process.

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The Brady Bill is related to gun control, and the Wagner Act is related to organized labor.
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In legislative terms, a bill is a proposal: for any law.
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