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<ol><li>The Declaration of Independence is response to the abuses of British power following the

French &amp; Indian War. According to the Declaration, what arguments were offered to justify the colonist's break with England?</li><li>What were the weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation and what problems during the post-revolutionary period led to the creation and adoption of a new Constitution? What fears led Anti-federalists to demand the addition of a Bill of Rights as a condition of ratification? Did these ten amendments significantly weaken federal authority, or enhance it?</li></ol>

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Britain additionally required cash to pay for its war obligations. The King and Parliament accepted they reserved the option... View the full answer

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