Test: SAT II US History

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What two reasons were responsible for the Anti-Federalist’s objections to the ratification of the United States Constitution?

The election of the Chief Executive by electors, as opposed to via popular vote and The increased power of the Federal Government over the states
The insufficient establishment of checks and balances to contain the Judiciary Branch and the omission of a Bill of Rights guaranteeing individual liberty
The insufficient establishment of checks and balances to contain the Judiciary Branch and The election of the Chief Executive by electors, as opposed to via popular vote
The election of the Chief Executive by electors, as opposed to via popular vote and the omission of a Bill of Rights guaranteeing individual liberty
The increased power of the Federal Government over the states and the omission of a Bill of Rights guaranteeing individual liberty

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