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What document broke our ties with mother england?

Answer:Declaration of independents

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The Constitutional Convention took place in Philadelphia in order to establish a Constitution due to the problems with the Articles of Confederation. In 1787, many famous men during this time came together to write the Constitution. There were many names associated with this meeting including...Read More

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Thomas Jefferson wrot this document thank you please hi miss Donahue

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It was a very strong government that heavily taxed the people.

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The correct answer to this question is D, Declaration of Independence. This statement was by the Second Continental Congress, which was done on July 4, 1776 at a meeting at the Pennsylvania State House. John Adams convinced the Congress to select Thomas Jefferson to write a draft of the...Read More

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The states could not follow the early Congress made because they did not care about the rules back then and now that there are Congress men that take things seriously




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These are two types of government that are available in the United States. This may have stemmed from the fact that there are people who did not agree with what each side of the country did. For example, the northern side of the country was completely ready to get rid of slavery but the other...Read More

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The primary role of the Judicial Branch is to interpret and apply laws. The Judicial Branch can also declare a law unconstitutional. The Executive Branch carries out the law and enforces the law. Therefore the Executive Branch enforces the law, not the Judicial Branch :)

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The five powers reserved to the state form the consitution and are as follows: firstly, Legislative Powers - that is, the power of making laws on the subjects of the State List. Secondly, Financial Powers Third. Control over the Executive Fourth, Amendment Powers and lastly, Electoral Fun...Read More

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