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A colony whose governor and council were under the complete control of the king was called a: A. proprietary colony B. charter colony C. royal colony D. unicameral colony
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User: A colony whose governor and council were under the complete control of the king was called a: A. proprietary colony B. charter colony C. royal colony D. unicameral colony

Weegy: A colony whose governor and council were under the complete control of the king was called a ROYAL COLONY.



User: Fifty-five delegates gathered in 1787 for the expressed purpose of revising the Articles of Confederation. Instead, they created a new Constitution. This Constitutional Convention took place in the city of: A. Boston. B. New York. C. Philadelphia. D. Trenton.

Weegy: This Constitutional Convention took place in the city of Philadelphia.
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User: The separation of powers between various levels of government is known as A. federalism. B. delegated powers. C. denied powers. D. implied powers

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The separation of powers between various levels of government is known as FEDERALISM.
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The separation of powers between various levels of government is known as: FEDERALISM.
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