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Q: The Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions were put forward by which leaders?
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How were the Virginia and Kentucky resolutions related to the positions taken by the anitifedralist ten years earlier?

Although the situation faced by Virginia Republican leaders at the end of the 1790s was urgent, the twin enunciations of their constitutional position adopted by the Virginia and Kentucky legislatures corresponded closely to the explication.

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Which slave states did not leave the union?

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