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"The United States in Congress assembled shall never engage in a war, nor grant letters of marque or reprisal in time of peace, nor enter into any treaties or alliances,... unless nine States assent to the same. Nor shall a question on any other point be determined, unless by the votes of the majority of the United States in Congress assembled."–Articles of Confederation The restrictions placed on the federal government shown in this quote best reflect the principle of popular sovereignty limited government social contract natural rights

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    B, the united states wanted a limited government and wished to give power to the people to prevent tyranny.

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    Restricting the federal government in order to prevent tyranny.

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    @alexistheking777 ask me if you need any clarification.

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    No clarification needed thanks for the explanation.

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    @alexistheking777 Alright, you can ask me other questions if you want though.

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    Good luck

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