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A weakness of the Articles of Confederation was that the federal government A. had the sole power to print money. B. could not levy taxes. C. had a strong presidency. D. had a powerful army.
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User: A weakness of the Articles of Confederation was that the federal government A. had the sole power to print money. B. could not levy taxes. C. had a strong presidency. D. had a powerful army.

Weegy: A weakness of the Articles of Confederation was that the federal government: could not levy taxes.
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User: What invention helped to keep slavery profitable in the South? A. Telegraph B. Steam Engine C. Cotton Gin D. Canals

Weegy: The invention to keep slavery profitable in the South was the cotton Gin.
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User: During the Constitutional Convention, which plan of government proposed a legislature made up of one house, each state getting equal representation? A. The Virginia Plan B. The New Jersey Plan C. The Kentucky Plan D. The New York Plan

Weegy: During the Constitutional Convention, the New Jersey Plan proposed a legislature made up of one house, each state getting equal representation.
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User: Which of the following best describes the effect of decisions made by the Marshall Supreme Court? A. The Court gave more power to the states to regulate business. B. The Court encouraged the growth of businesses by freeing them from meddling state laws. C. The Court ruled that treaties with foreign governments were unconstitutional. D. The Court favored farmers in cases put before it.

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