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What was the main concern with the first draft of the articles of confederation? A. A Too small legislature B. Too little power for the courts C. Too much power in the central government D. Too much power in the state governments
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User: What was the main concern with the first draft of the articles of confederation? A. A Too small legislature B. Too little power for the courts C. Too much power in the central government D. Too much power in the state governments

Weegy: The main concern with the first draft of the Articles of Confederation was too much power in the state governments.
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User: The purpose of the petition sent to King George III by the First Continental Congress was to A. Declare their right to approve laws passed by Parliament on behalf of the colonies. B. Request that the king consider granting independence to the established colonies. C. Declare the right to bear arms in the pursuit of liberty. D. Request a place in Parliament for colonial delegates.

Weegy: The purpose of the petition sent to King George III by the First Continental Congress was to declare their right to approve laws passed by Parliament on behalf of the colonies.
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User: Which of the following problems may result from a direct democracy? A. The rights of the minorities may be taken away in the process. B. Civil war often results when people in such a government disagree. C. People have no opportunity to make their ideas known. D. The rights of many are suppressed in favor of the rights of few.

Weegy: The problems may result from a direct democracy is the rights of many are suppressed in favor of the rights of few.
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User: What few group was taxed by the king of England before the Magna Carta? A. Peasants B. Members of Parliament C. Farmers D. Barons

Weegy: Barons were taxed by the king of England before the Magna Carta.
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User: How did colonists respond to the Townsend Acts? A. They planned the Boston Tea Party. B. They organized boycotts. C. They wrote the Declaration of Independence. D. They attacked the British from Bunker Hill.

Weegy: They organized boycotts is how colonists responded to the Townsend Acts.
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User: The agricultural revolution led to the need for organized A. Technological reform. B. Pest control. C. Government. D. Greenhouse gas reform.

Weegy: The agricultural revolution led to the need for organized government.
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User: Which statement was in an early draft of the Declaration of Independence, but not the final version? A. Britain took away colonists natural rights. B. Parliament should include representatives from the colonies. C. Slavery was evil m. D. Governments must be based on the consent of the people.

Weegy: "Slavery was evil" is the statement which was in an early draft of the Declaration of Independence, [ but not the final version. ]
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In 1679, New Hampshire was established as a ______ colony A. Religious B. Corporate C. Proprietor D. Royal
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A Constitutional Monarchy provides only power given in the constitution to a monarch.
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A constitutional monarchy provides what power to a monarch? A. Only power given to the constitution B. A Devine right of kings C. Absolute power over parliament D. Power for kings, not queens
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Which statement was in an early draft of the Declaration of Independence, but not the final version? A. Britain took away colonists natural rights. B. Parliament should include representatives from the colonies. C. Slavery was evil. D. Governments must be based on the consent of the people
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Slavery was evil was in early draft of the Declaration of Independence, but not the final version.
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