Test: AP European History


One of the chief weaknesses of the Weimar Constitution that led to the rise of the National Socialist Party in the early 1930s was __________.

the lack of powers given to the President and Chancellor against the Reichstag

the system of checks and balances that did not allow any single figure to take power

the small threshold for representation in the Reichstag by a political party

the use of a parliamentary system rather than a presidential system

the electoral rules that made one party dominant over the entire Weimar Republic period

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