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Hi I have another question.

How did George Mason influence the creation of the Bill of Rights?

A. He refused to sign the U.S. Constitution
B. He encouraged others to oppose the ratification of the constitution
C. He assembled an antifederalist convention in Virginia to discuss the matter
D. He wrote the pamphlet titled "Objectives to This Constitution of Government"

I think it's C.?

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  1. Yes, C.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. K thanks

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  3. You're welcome.

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    Ms. Sue
  4. No. Not C. I don't like any of these answers, but one is true.

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  5. Mason was not antifederalist at all. He objected to the lack of a bill of rights in the Constitution (and had a quarrel over navigation rights). He is said to be the "father of the Bill of Rights" for his advocacy.

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  6. Oh okay. D. then?

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  7. That would not be my answer. You've had two choices. We're not doing process of elimination. He objected to the fact that the Constitution did not include a bill of rights, and a provision about maritime rules. He was a delegate to the Convention that wrote the Constitution and favored it overall, but had objections. So, what did he refuse to do?

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  8. He refused to sign the United States Constitution. My book says wrote the pamphlet saying against the bill of rights so wouldn't it be D.?

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  9. Okay thanks for not answering me. :-/

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  10. I would go with C Lily.

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  11. Thx Brooklynn

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  12. Guys, Brooklynn is wrong, mkay, think about the question, the answer is d, I got 100%, trust me

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  13. I trust Mrs. Sue

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  14. the correct answer is......He assembled an antifederalist convention in Virginia to discuss the matter

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  15. @no one important then it is C

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