• anonymous
Which belief was generally held by the delegates to the Constitutional Convention of 1787?
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  • anonymous
This was a multiple choice question correct? Next time make sure you post everything about the question so we can help you further. The consensus that developed at the Convention was that A) a stronger central government was necessary to maintain order and to build the newly formed United States. Many of the delegates believed that a new constitution was needed because the Articles of Confederation were too weak to serve as the governing document of the nation.

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