Social studies

What were some issues on which Hamilton and Jefferson disagreed? Select all that apply

□ the role of the federal government
□ how to structure judiciary
□ imposition of taxes
□ how to structure a banking system

asked by Pepsi
  1. And you think ... ??

    posted by Writeacher
  2. A
    C

    posted by Pepsi
  3. One of your answers is right, one is wrong. What does your text say?

    posted by Reed
  4. A is right, but C is wrong.

    Check your text.

    posted by Ms. Sue
  5. Is it A and D?

    posted by KK
  6. 1. A B
    2. D
    3. B
    4. C

    posted by Lello
  7. NOT 1. A B ITS 1. A D I'M A LITTLE DYSLEXIC!

    posted by Lello
  8. thanks soooooo much. so far behind trying to get caught up before break ends. almost put b instead of d read the second comment right before it was to late

    posted by THANKYOU Lello
  9. THANK YOU SO SO MUCH Lello
    I got a 100% THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!! :D
    Have a wonderful day.

    posted by Horse lover
  10. 1.A,D
    2.D
    3.B
    4.C
    100% Connections Academy

    posted by Answers
  11. Answers is correct

    posted by YouDon'tKnowMyName
  12. Answers is correct

    posted by I’m a Barbie girl
  13. thank you

    posted by love
  14. 1. C, B
    2. A
    3. C
    4. D

    100% Connections Academy. They just scrambled all the answers.

    posted by anonymous
  15. Anon's lying, the answers are still the same, trust the other answers and you'll get 100.

    posted by Armored Mudcrab
  16. Answers is 100% correct. thank you

    posted by Taylor
  17. anonymous is worng I made a 0% because of him go with the original answers

    posted by Its is my wife

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