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How did George Mason influence the creation of Bill of Rights?
A.He refused to sign the United States Constitution.
B.He encouraged others to opposed the ratification of the Constitution.
C.He assembled a anti-federalist convention in Virginia to discuss the matter.
D.He wrote a pamphlet called " objections to the constitution of government.
I think C.

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  1. I disagree, although you may be right. What does your text say?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Mason

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  2. Thanks Ms.sue

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  3. You're welcome, James.

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