The Constitution as ratified in 1788 most clearly reflects the framers

The constitution as ratified in 1788 most clearly

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6. The Constitution as ratified in 1788 most clearly reflects the framers’ commitment to: A. the idea of direct democracyB. the principle of limited governmentC. the abolition of slaveryD. protecting the rights of the accusedE. maintaining the primacy of the states 7. Which of the following most accurately describes The Federalist Papers? All students must be honest and forthright in their academic studies. To falsify the results of one’s research, to steal the words or ideas of another, to cheat on an assignment,or to allow or assist another to commit these acts corrupts the educational process. Students are expected to do their own work and neither give nor receive unauthorized assistance. Any violation of this may result in a grade of zero points.
8. All of the following are specifically mentioned in the Constitution EXCEPT: 9. Which of the following best illustrates a use of the elastic clause? 10. According to the Federalist Papers, federalism has which of the following effects on political factions? A. It provides a structured environment in which factions may flourishB. It limits the dangers of factionalism by diluting political powerC. It allows factions to dominate on the national level while limiting their influence on state governmentsD. It eliminates any opportunity for factions to formE. It prevents factions by declaring them illegal

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