Why did the delegates at the philadelphia convention

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Why did the delegates at the Philadelphia Convention turn down the idea of including a list of citizens’
Why did the Progressives support women’s suffrage in the early twentieth century? The Progressives believed women would support their reform movement. Why was the decision to assign jurisdiction over controversies between citizens of different states to the Supreme Court significant? It meant that the federal judiciary, rather than the state courts, would ultimately become the primary venue for resolving disputes. Why was the Declaration of Independence a remarkable philosophical statement for its time? It asserted that there were “unalienable rights” that could not be abridged by governments. Why was the Declaration of Independence a remarkable political statement for its time? It helped unify colonial groups that were divided along economic, regional, and philosophical lines by identifying shared problems, grievances, and principles. Why was United States v. Lopez (1995) important? It was the first time since the New Deal that the Supreme Court limited the power of Congress outlined under the commerce clause.
Why were attempts by Congress to regulate child labor and factory conditions in local workplaces struck

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