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When the founding fathers wrote the Constitution, they gave states power because they feared A. the federal government would be too weak. B. state governments would not be happy and want to leave the Union. C. nothing would ever get done in the legislature. D. the federal government would become too powerful.
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When the founding fathers wrote the Constitution, they gave states power because they feared the federal government would become too powerful.
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When the founding fathers wrote the Constitution, they gave states power because they feared the federal government would become too powerful.
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