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39 .   Federalist Number 10 explains how a republic can :
a . defend itself
b . become a democracy
c . create a just society
d . pay its debts
e . be successful in a large , diverse society
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____ 31. Under the proposed Constitution, members of the Senate would: a. serve two- year terms b. be chosen by state legislatures c. be appointed by state governors d. be chosen by popular vote e. be men of substantial wealth
____ 32. According to the Constitution, the president has the authority to do all the following EXCEPT:
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d. act as commander- in- chief of the armed forces e. appoint diplomats and judges ____ 33. The president’s powers were limited by all of the following EXCEPT:
____ 34. In regard to the Supreme Court, the Constitution:
____ 35. Article VI declares the Constitution: a. “the servant of the people” b. “sacred and undeniable” c. “guardian of life and liberty” d. “founded upon a compact of the states” e. “the supreme law of the land”
____ 36. Amendments to the Constitution:
____ 37. The Constitution was to be considered ratified as soon as it had been approved by:
____ 38. Most of The Federalist essays were written by:
____ 39. Federalist Number 10 explains how a republic can: a. defend itself
b. become a democracy c. create a just society d. pay its debts e. be successful in a large, diverse society ____ 40. The Federalist argued that:

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