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US GOVERNMENT QUESTIONWhat was an important argument against the proposed Constitution?A.) It did not guarantee basic rightsB.) It gave to much power to the states c.) It had a Bicameral legislatureD.) It would not allow the states to print money

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Hannah1

The important argument against the proposed Constitution was that it did not guarantee the basic rights. So option "A" is the correct option.The proposed Constitution had the maximum powers given to the central government. This would allow the central government to prosecute a state or individual without any hindrance. This would have been very unfair towards the state or the individual. People would not have the right to oppose government policies because of the fear of prosecution by the central government. This was the main argument against the proposed Constitution.  

Aamberpreciado

The correct answer is A) It did not gurantee basic rights Because of this argument, the founding fathers had to add the 10 Bill of Rights into the Constitution.  Hope this helps :)

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