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Which belief was generally held by the delegates to the Constitutional Convention of 1787? A. A stronger central government was necessary to maintain order. B. Slavery should be abolished. C. The principles of government should be firm and unchangeable. D. The rule of kings is superior to the rule of the law. E. The Articles of Confederation should not be greatly changed.

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Kristi Hammond on October 13, 2018

The consensus that developed at the Convention was that A) a strong central government was needed to maintain order and to build the newly formed united States. Many of the delegates believed that a new constitution was needed because the Articles of Confederation were too weak to serve as the governing document of the nation.

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