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1. What was a major contributor to the increase in problems related to health, education, housing, and other social issues?

2. As part of the admission process, delegates must be elected to draft what document? Ans: The constitution?

3. The powers of the national government are derived from what source?

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    1. When? Where?

    2. Yes.

    3. U.S. Constitution

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