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Hamilton believed one could oppose and expose the misuse of power by doing what? a. printing libels c. speaking and writing truth b. breaking the law d. taking liberties
Hamilton believed one could oppose and expose the misuse of power by speaking and writing truth.
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Hamilton believed one could oppose and expose the misuse of power by speaking and writing truth.
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Colonists wanted public policies to be dictated by law and not the personal wishes of the English monarchy. The type of government they desired is called a rule of law.
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