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What were the state governments like after the Revolutionary War? A. They all agreed on representation. B. They all agreed on who could vote. C. They had differing ideas about a powerful national government. D. They had differing ideas about who could vote. Mark for review (Will be highlighted on the review page)
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They had differing ideas about a powerful national government were the state governments like after the Revolutionary War.
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They had differing ideas about a powerful national government were the state governments like after the Revolutionary War.

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