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Which of the following statements about John C. Calhoun is TRUE?
a. He supported strong central government.
b. He opposed the War of 1812.
c. He was a close ally of Daniel Webster.
d. He supported slavery.

a?

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  1. This is a confusing question. He first supported a strong central government, but in later years supported states' rights. There's a better answer than a.

  2. c?

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  3. I don't know about c, but he definitely supported slavery.

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