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What presidential power under the constitution led the antifederalists to urge for a bill of rights?

A veto power over acts of congress
B miltary power, as commander-in-cheif
C the power to carry out the laws passed by congress***
D the power to declare states of emergency without consulting Congress
Is it C?

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  1. That's a broad statement, but it's the best answer of the four given for you to choose from.

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  2. The power to declare states of emergency

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