21. The phrase “all other Persons” demonstrates which of the following aspects of the Constitutional Convention? (A) The deliberate attempt to downplay or minimize the role of slavery in the young nation(B) The deliberate attempt to downplay or minimize the role of women in the young nation(C) The delicate balance between pleasing the northern states and pleasing the southern states(D) The establishment of a method which would be used to count the population in each state 22. The position of Indians as described in the excerpt most directly challenges which of the following statements? 23. Someone arguing that the Constitution was influenced by Thomas Hobbes could support his or her argument with which of the following pieces of evidence from the excerpt?
24. Someone arguing that the Constitution was influenced by John Locke could support his or herargument with which of the following pieces of evidence from the excerpt? 25. The method of apportioning the number of representatives each state would receive in the House of Representatives and the Senate most directly relates to (A) Conflict between northern and southern states during the Constitutional Convention(B) Conflict between agricultural and industrial states during the Constitutional Convention(C) Conflict between states’ rights and federal power during the Constitutional Convention(D) Conflict between large and small states during the Constitutional Convention“Through [the American Revolution], the suppressed conflicts between rich and poor among the Americans kept reappearing. In the midst of the war, in Philadelphia, which Eric Foner describes as "a time of immense profits for some colonists and terrible hardships for others," the inflation (prices rose in one month that year by 45 percent) led to agitation and calls for action. One Philadelphia newspaper carried a reminder that in Europe ‘the People have always done themselves justice when the scarcity of bread has arisen from the avarice of forestallers. They have broken open magazines- appropriated stores to their own use without paying for them-and in some instances have hung up the culprits who created their distress.’”-
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