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The fact that the states had to unanimously agree to change the Articles of Confederation meant that
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anonymous
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answer choices?
anonymous
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A. the states could not begin the process of making changes to the government B. it didn't matter how ordinary citizens felt about the Articles of Confederation C. it would be very hard to make updates to address the weaknesses of the government D. it would be simple for states to grant additional power to the government
anonymous
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i believe it is c
anonymous
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but im not for sure
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THANK YOU!!
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tell me if its right
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okay, can you help with more?
anonymous
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maybe
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