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what are two ways that amendments to the constitution can be ratified?

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    Amendments must be ratified by 3/4 of the states. Article IV has given Congress the option of requiring ratification by state legislatures or by special conventions assembled in the states.

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    can you desccribe the definition of economics in these letters as examples


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    were thefoundinmg fathers able to crate a limited government that still exist today

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