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What was the New Deal? A. FDR's plan for the U.S. military B. FDR's election campaign C. FDR's foreign policy plan D. FDR's response to the Great Depression
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The element of plot reached as Romeo and Juliet express their love for each other is A. rising action. B. exposition. C. climax. D. resolution.
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The element of plot reached as Romeo and Juliet express their love for each other is rising action.
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The U.S. Confederation Congress decided in 1787 that the Northwest Territory would eventually become A. a state park. B. Indian Territory. C. new states in the Union. D. a part of the New French Empire.
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The U.S. Confederation Congress decided in 1787 that the Northwest Territory would eventually become: new states in the Union.
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Which of the following did Americans expect after the Revolutionary War? A. The Articles of Confederation would be revised. B. A president would be elected. C. Heavy taxes would be placed on them. D. The American economy would improve.
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Which of the Founding Fathers suggested the Albany Plan of Union? A. Alexander Hamilton B. George Washington C. Thomas Jefferson D. Benjamin Franklin
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The Founding Father who suggested the Albany Plan of Union was Benjamin Franklin.
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