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A Bill of Rights should be added to the Constitution. -Apex

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Its wrong!!! The real answer is The federal goernment should be given powers of taxation.
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Anonymous is wrong the BestPyro is right
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Does Apex change their questions and answers? I feel like they do with how many people say a correct answer is wrong
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The federal government should be given powers of taxation

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the correct answer for apex: (im looking right at it btw)

A BILL OF RIGHTS SHOULD BE ADDED TO THE CONSTITUTION

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The federal government should be given powers of taxation

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the feds wanted a better government while the antifeds wanted state governments.

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