anonymous
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MEDAL AND FAN JUST PLEASE HELP! Which of the following best explains the Federalists' view on including a list of rights in the Constitution? The Constitution already limited powers of government, so a list was not needed. The government would not be able to enforce penalties against those violating rights. A Bill of Rights would threaten the freedom of any people not included in the list. A Bill of Rights would weaken a government that needed to be strong to function.
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anonymous
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Idk sorry. :/
anonymous
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:( ok

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