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Which of the following actions might be part of a protectionist economic policy? A. reducing barriers to trade B. signing free trade agreements C. cutting tariffs on imported goods D. establishing quotas on imports
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Which of the following was true about General George McClellan?A) He was very disorganized.B) He was an inexperienced general.C) He was the leader of the Confederate military.D) He was overly cautious and slow to strike in battle.
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Who did Native Americans support during the Civil War? A) the North B) the South C) They supporter neither side. D) They supported both sides.
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How did the rise of cities contribute to the end of serfdom
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What exemption did a Charter of Liberty give the people of a town? a. Anyone could work the manor lord's land and be paid a daily wage. c. Merchants and master workers did not have to pay taxes to the manor lord. b. Townspeople were not bound to work on the manor lord's land. d. The manor lord could choose from among the townspeople whomever he wanted to work on his lands.
Weegy: c. Merchants and master workers did not have to pay taxes to the manor lord. User: Which of the following statements describes the role of craft guilds? a. Craft guilds set wages, hours and working conditions for workers. c. Craft guilds obtained advice and taxes from the middle class. b. Craft guilds controlled towns and often granted charters of liberty. d. Craft guilds were organized by the Church and wealthy nobles. Weegy: ... (More)
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