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Why was foreign trade important to the Americans?
Weegy: Because we live in a global economy. American industry is small, mostly everything americans buy is made in other countries. [ More importantly, resources are found in only certain places in the world, and if a person from another country wants that particular resource they must trade for it. I guess its not really important, it just allows for persons to have access to resources that are not native to their area (country). ] (More)
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Why was Burr upset with Hamilton?
Weegy: yes it was /Burr believed that Hamilton was the sole detriment to the rise of his political career, namely. Hamilton had intervened, for Jefferson, in the nasty election of 1800, and had also intervened in the race for the governor of New York later. [ Both times, Hamilton had ruined Burr's chances. This animosity led Burr to kill Hamilton in 1804. ] (More)
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What was the goal of die-hard Federalists, known as “Essex Junto”? A) to form a northern confederacy made up of New England and New YorkB) to elect Burr as presidentC) to travel to England to speak with King GeorgeD) to uphold the Constitution
Weegy: The goal of die-hard Federalists, known as “Essex Junto” was to form a northern confederacy made up of New England and New York. (More)
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Who won the duel between Hamilton and Burr? A) Hamilton B)Burr C)It was a tie D)The duel never took place
Weegy: Aaron Burr won the duel between Hamilton and Burr. Burr shot and fatally wounded Hamilton on July 11, 1804. (More)
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Who won the duel between Hamilton and Burr? A) Hamilton B)Burr C)It was a tie D)The duel never took place
Weegy: Aaron Burr won the duel between Hamilton and Burr. The Burr–Hamilton duel was a duel between two prominent American politicians, the former Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton and sitting Vice President Aaron Burr, on July 11, 1804. (More)
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