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Why did Alexander Hamilton oppose adding a Bill of Rights to the Constitution?
A. He was afraid it would actually limit individuals' rights by listing them all.
B. He feared it would cause the defeat and eventual elimination of the U.S Constitution.
C. He did not believe in individual rights and believed the federal government should have more power.
D. He did not support the Confederacy and wanted the southern states to leave the union.
(And can I also have the answers to the next 3 as well?)

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  1. Nope!

    But if you post no more than five of the questions AND WHAT YOU THINK the answers are, someone will be able to check your work.

    No guessing! If you need to read/re-read your text first, do so.

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  2. Ohh! I forgot to put my answers! Ohhhhhhhhhhh! I have my answers... Well. For this one I got A

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  3. Yes, A.

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