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During the reign of Charles I, the ______ controlled the House of Commons. a. Anglicans b. Catholics c. King d. Puritans
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User: During the reign of Charles I, the ______ controlled the House of Commons. a. Anglicans b. Catholics c. King d. Puritans

User: Which of the following was Hitler’s plan to make Europe into one political and economic system? a. New Order c. Final Solution b. New Deal d. Final Plan

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During the reign of Charles I, the Puritans controlled the House of Commons.
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Hitler’s plan to make Europe into one political and economic system: New Order.
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