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What does the term popular sovereignty mean? A. All government power comes from the people. B. Government is always legitimate, even if the people disagree. C. The ruler of the nation is popular. D. The government gets its power from a small, elite group of people
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User: What does the term popular sovereignty mean? A. All government power comes from the people. B. Government is always legitimate, even if the people disagree. C. The ruler of the nation is popular. D. The government gets its power from a small, elite group of people

Weegy: All government power comes from the people is what popular sovereignty means.
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User: What does the term popular sovereignty mean? A. All government power comes from the people. B. Government is always legitimate, even if the people disagree. C. The ruler of the nation is popular. D. The government gets its power from a small, elite group of people.

Weegy: All government power comes from the people is what popular sovereignty means.
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User: Which of the following was a cause of Americans moving west in the early to mid-1800s? A. Payment by the Spanish to settle in western areas B. Vengeful Native Americans C. Availability of new land for farming D. The War of 1812

Weegy: Availability of new land for farming was a cause of Americans moving west in the early to mid-1800s.
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User: Hamilton's goals for the early United States included A. encouraging the growth of American agriculture and establishing a powerful system of forts. B. avoiding foreign entanglements and political parties. C. encouraging the growth of fur trading and paying off all debts with the cash earned. D. encouraging the growth of American industry and establishing the nation's credit worthiness

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Hamilton's goals for the early United States included: encouraging the growth of American industry and establishing the nation's credit worthiness.
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