Civics

How do the powers of the national government and the powers of the states compare,
according to James Madison, the primary author of the Constitution?

A.The powers of the national government are few, while the powers of the states are many.
B.The powers of the national government are many, while the powers of the states are few.
C.The powers of the national government are more important than the powers of the states.
D.The powers of the states are more important than the powers of the national government.

I think it is D

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  1. “more important” to whom?

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    Writeacher
  2. Y’all it’s has almost been a year

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  3. A
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    C
    for florida connexus 7th grade

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  4. Anonymous is correct, thanks ♡︎

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  5. Anonymous is correct :)

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  6. thanks anonymous

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