The farmers of the constitution limited the powers of the national government by

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Well, unfortunately, it kinda doesn't.

The answer your history teacher is looking for isn't the one I'm going to give you.

The national government can do many things via loopholes in the Constitution.

One example: A President can call a National Emergency, thereby placing us under Martial Law. We would have no rights, thus allowing them to take over, if they so wish. Congress isn't even really a factor. :/

So, yeah, sorry.
The 1791 constitution limited the powers of the "Estates General," since it was believed that even this body was proving to be tyrannical over the French people. 
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Estates General I believe that's the answer. 

In addition to creating a federal system, the Constitution also limits the national government by dividing power among the legislative, executive, and judicial branches. Under the separation of powers, each branch has specific duties in the government.

How does the Constitution limit the power of the federal government?

The U.S. Constitution achieved limited government through a separation of powers: "horizontal" separation of powers distributed power among branches of government (the legislature, the executive, and the judiciary, each of which provide a check on the powers of the other); "vertical" separation of powers (federalism) ...

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I really hope I helped

French Monarch

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I got this right on odyssey.

Article I, Section 10 of the Constitution of the United States puts limits on the powers of the states. States cannot form alliances with foreign governments, declare war, coin money, or impose duties on imports or exports.

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1. I know that it is not estates general, not sure of the right answer.

2. True

3. Louis XVIII
Shays rebellion I think?


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