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Will Fan and Medal and give a testimony Please helppp What was the purpose of the Annapolis Convention? Question 2 options: to sign the Declaration of Independence to write the U.S. Constitution to discuss revising the Articles of Confederation to elect a new president for the country
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Who was the "Father of the Constitution"? Question 3 options: James Madison John Jay George Washington Alexander Hamilton
anonymous
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Which Founder was so opposed to the Constitution that he did not attend the convention? Question 4 options: Benjamin Franklin Elbridge Gerry Patrick Henry George Washington
anonymous
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The Great Compromise established which of the following? Question 5 options: a weak executive branch of the federal government only part of the slave population counting toward representation a two-house (bicameral) federal legislature made up of an upper and a lower house a timeline of 20 years before Congress could limit the slave trade

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anonymous
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Oh, wow. Ok, I'll answer them all in one statement.
anonymous
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Thanks So much
anonymous
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1: C, the meeting compromised of twelve delegates of whom discussed, attempting to "develop a consensus" of reversing the protectionist trade barriers that each state had erected due to the decisions made within the Articles of Confederation. 2: A, James Madison was the "Father of the Constitution", for one. He had an extremely pivotal, important role within the draft and the ratification of it. 3: C, Patrick Henry was initially opposed to the Constitution. He later came to an agreement of it, though. 4: C, it called for an equal representation within the House and one representative within the Senate per state.
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Can you just answer 5 more pleaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaassseeeeee
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The Three-Fifths Compromise determined how population would be counted for which of the following purposes? Question 6 options: representation in Congress and also direct taxes on the population of the states representation in Congress and also immigration ratios direct taxes on the population of the states and territories, and nothing else representation in the Electoral College, and nothing else
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Which group of people supported the ratification of the Constitution? Question 7 options: anti-Federalists Federalists proponents Loyalists
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Who were the main opponents of ratification of the Constitution? Question 8 options: moderators Loyalists anti-Federalists Federalists
anonymous
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The Federalists Papers supported which of the following? Question 9 options: keeping the Articles of Confederation ratification of the U.S. Constitution assembling the Constitutional Convention the overthrow of the Constitution
anonymous
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Which of the following was the lasting legacy of the anti-Federalists? Question 10 options: the Great Compromise the Bill of Rights the Declaration of Supremacy the Fourteenth Amendment
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok, I guess?
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Can you post that in a new Question, though? It's a little crammed in this one :p

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