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The plantation economy in the South produced A. great profits and developed great educational institutions. B. great profits at the expense of cultural development and equal opportunity. C. low profits despite the enslavement of a great number of people. D. equal opportunity for all whites and no illiteracy.
Weegy: B. great profits at the expense of cultural development and equal opportunity. User: The Glorious Revolution was a A. coup in England during which King William was overthrown. B. coup in England during which King James II was overthrown. C. rebellion in the colonies which led to colonial self-rule. D. rebellion in the colonies which led to the Navigation Acts. Weegy: { B. coup in England during which King James II was overthrown} ?The Glorious Revolution was a coup in England during which King James II was overthrown. User: What happened after the Albany Plan of Union was drafted? A. It was accepted by the colonists and rejected by the British. B. It was rejected by the colonist and heavily enforced by the British. C. The colonists united under British rule and began cooperating. D. The colonists rejected it, and the British had second thoughts about it Weegy: C. The colonists united under British rule and began cooperating. User: Which factor made the most difference in how agriculture affected the economies of the colonies? A. workforce B. choice of crops C. climate D. access to ports Weegy: C. climate. Climate made the most difference in how agriculture affected the economies of the colonies. (More)
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In what way did each colony’s government mirror the government of Britain? A. Each had a House of Lords. B. Each appointed a monarch. C. Each had a two-house legislature. D. Each called its legislature a parliament.
Weegy: The colonies mirrored the government of Britain because each had a two house legislature. The answer is C. User: One of the Patriots’ greatest strengths was their A. reliance on local militia. B. well-trained soldiers. C. superior troop numbers. D. persistence in fighting. Weegy: D. persistence in fighting. One of the Patriots? greatest strengths was their persistence in fighting. User: What is one effect of the battles fought on the western frontier during the American Revolution? A. White settlers reached a peaceful truce with Native Americans. B. Hostility between white settlers and Native Americans deepened. C. White settlers persuaded Native Americans to attack British troops. D. Native Americans willingly gave up their land to the Patriots. Weegy: B. Hostility between white settlers and Native Americans deepened. User: hich event led to the siege of Yorktown? A. authorization to end the war at Yorktown B. restriction of the British food supply C. the British bombardment of Yorktown D. the British occupation of Yorktown Weegy: Which event led to the siege of Yorktown? D. the British occupation of Yorktown led to the siege of Yorktown. [ ] (More)
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