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5.)Which answer best describes why many of the states opposed the Second Bank of the United States?

A.)The National Bank created strict banking laws.

B.)The National Bank was not bound by state banking laws.

C.)The National Bank was in competition with the state banks.

D.)The National Bank took all of the customers from the First Bank.

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  2. C is probably the "best" answer, but there were many other better reasons, such as fraud, corruption, the disagreement on money basis (ie, gold, silver, or notes).

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