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What did Washington warn against in his Farewell Address? A. Neutrality in foreign wars B. Electing the wrong person C. A strong national government D. Political party infighting
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User: What did Washington warn against in his Farewell Address? A. Neutrality in foreign wars B. Electing the wrong person C. A strong national government D. Political party infighting

Weegy: Washington warned against Political party in-fighting in his Farewell Address.
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User: How did colonists identify with their neighbors? A. They identified with the British more than their neighbors. B. They didn't trust those who spoke a different language. C. They made friends only with those who were from the same country. D. The identified with them more than with the British.

Weegy: Colonists identify with their neighbors by They identified with them more than with the British.
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User: What was the largest number of troops ever fighting in the Continental Army? A. 50,000 B. 6,000 C. 18,000 D. 75,000

Weegy: The largest number of troops ever to fight in the Continental Army was: 18,000.
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User: What was the job of the first Congress? A. To listen to George Washington B. To strengthen the Constitution C. To turn down the Bill of Rights D. To protect the state governments

Weegy: To strengthen the Constitution -was the job of the first Congress.
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User: What happened to George Washington after the American Revolution? A. He moved to France. B. He became the first president. C. He became Adam's vice president. D. He retired to be a farmer.

Weegy: He became the first president - is what happened to George Washington after the American Revolution.
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User: Who was a famous Anti-Federalist? A. Benjamin Franklin B. John Adams C. Alexander Hamilton D. Thomas Jefferson

Weegy: Thomas Jefferson was a famous Anti-Federalist.
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User: Which of the following was not a grievance against the King listed in the Declaration of Independence? A. Plundered our seas B. Stole our natural resources C. Destroyed the lives of our people D. Burned our towns

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Stole our natural resources was not a grievance against the King listed in the Declaration of Independence.
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