Which of the following is a true statement?
The Constitution encourages the people to form political parties at the federal level.
The Constitution makes no mention of political parties or their role in policymaking.
George Washington encouraged people to form political parties at the federal level.
George Washington did not mention political parties or their role in policy making.
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ederal level. The Constitution makes no mention of political parties or their role in policymaking. [ George Washington encouraged people to form political parties at the federal level.
@heatherlambert2 your welcome!
The Constitution indeed makes no mention of political parties, which makes the first choice wrong and the second right. Washington explicitly warned Americans *against* forming political parties in his Farewell Address, which makes both the last two choices wrong. So B is it.