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11 January, 08:48

After the colonists won their independence from Great Britain during the Revolutionary War, what was created to protect their individual rights from their new powerful government? A) Constitution B) Bill of Rights C) Articles of Confederation D) Declaration of Independence

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  1. 11 January, 09:31
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    C) Articles of Confederation

    Not the second Articles of confederation that led to the Civil War, the first! Before America had a Republic, which came into effect March 4th, 1789, there was a confederation between the sates, that came into effect March 1st, 1781.
  2. 11 January, 10:23
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    Bill of Rights

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    Even though the Constitution was created with extensive checks and balances to make sure that it did not overstep its bounds, many people were worried that it was still too powerful and wanted a set of laws that protected individual people's rights from encroachment by the government. The Bill of Rights was created to protect the rights of individual citizens of the United States.

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