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please tell me if these are right or not. my choice are in CAPS
1. the Antifederalists opposed the Costitution becasue they thought it
a. gave the federal government too much power
B. PROVIDED NO WAY TO CHANGE THE CONSTITUTION
c. gave the state governments too much power
d. created a weak federal court system
2. New France was shaped mainly by
a. raising cash crops
B. THE FUR TRADE
c. enslaving Native Americans
d. the search for gold
3. Which of the following was designed to ensure that the President would not gain dictatorial powers over government?
a. the system of checks and balances
b. the Elastic Clause
C. THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE
d. the Cabinet
4. The concurrent powers in the federal system of government are those
a. delegated to the national government
b. delegated to the state government
c. denied to national and state g'ments
D. HELD AND EXERCISED BY BOTH NATIONAL AND STATE GOVERNMENTS
5. Which one of the following helped the colonial legislatures come to dominate colonial government
a. the king appointed colonial governor
b. Governors could veto measures passed by colonial legislature
c. the legislatures set the salaries for royal officials
d. Governors decided when colonial legislatures could meet
i need help on this last one
thnks:)

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    please check:)

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    #1 http://library.thinkquest.org/11572/creation/framing/feds.html
    #3 is not electoral college.
    #4
    http://www.usahistory.info/colonial/government.html

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    so are you saying the #1 is A?
    what about #3?
    and is #4 right or wrong?
    THANKS FOR HELPING

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    #3 is letter a. #1 is letter a becuse they did not want to have a central government or at least much of one. #5 is letter c via process of elimination.

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    thanks alot
    but is #4 right or wrong?

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    4 is wrong. That is the reason I gave you that site.

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    i'm reading the link you sent me..but im also going through my book and it says:
    concurrent powers are powers that the federal and state governments hold at the same time, or concurrently..so according to that shouldnt my answer be correct...?

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    That was supposed to be for #5...my bad.
    4 is correct.

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    ok.thnks

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    d. created a weak federal court system

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    what similarities between the English
    and colonial governments are suggested by the readings and your chart and diagram done for homework?

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