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Q: In the Speech to the Virginia Convention, Henry points out a contradiction between British A. claims of peaceful intent and the growing British military presence in America.
B. interest in the Colonies and neglect of the colonists desires. C. settlement of America and British upholding of the government in Britain. D. democratic tradition and the institution of royalty.
A: B. interest in the Colonies and neglect of the colonists? desires.
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User: In the Speech to the Virginia Convention, Henry points out a contradiction between British A. claims of peaceful intent and the growing British military presence in America. B. interest in the Colonies and neglect of the colonists desires. C. settlement of America and British upholding of the government in Britain. D. democratic tradition and the institution of royalty.

Weegy: B. interest in the Colonies and neglect of the colonists? desires.
scijoe21|Points 2235|

User: Toward the end of “The Crisis No.1,” Paine intends to encourage readers by

User: Toward the end of “The Crisis No.1,” Paine intends to encourage readers by A. detailing all of the wrongs the colonists suffered. B. describing in detail General Howe’s failed battles. C. pointing out the strengths of the small colonial army. D. urging the colonists to unite and firmly defend themselves.

Weegy: A. Detailing all of the wrongs the colonists suffered
AwesomeGuy200|Points 1177|

User: 3. When Thomas Paine states that “What we obtain too cheap, we esteem too lightly; ’tis dearness only that gives everything its value,” in his selection titled “The Crisis No.1,” he is A. comparing Britain’s tyranny to worldwide slavery. B. hoping to put a value on the cost of the projected war. C. stating that a fight for freedom is certainly a worthy cause. D. telling colonists not to object to high prices for British goods.

Weegy: The answer is A. comparing Britain?s tyranny to worldwide slavery.
bongche|Points 3315|

User: In “The Autobiography: The Declaration of Independence,” Thomas Jefferson seems especially angered by the A. outcome of the French and Indian War. B. king’s ambassadors to the Colonies. C. presence and actions of the British military in the Colonies. D. ways in which the British handled the Boston Tea Party

Weegy: In ?The Autobiography: The Declaration of Independence,? Thomas Jefferson seems especially angered by the C. presence and actions of the British military in the Colonies
jeifunk|Points 7356|

User: 5. In “The Autobiography: The Declaration of Independence,” the effect of the parallelism in this statement, “He has plundered our seas, ravaged our coasts, burnt our towns, and destroyed the lives of our people,” is to

Weegy: A. emphasize the kings crimes against the united colonists
vanilla2bean|Points 2120|

User: In the “Speech to the Virginia Convention,” when Patrick Henry uses the words “chains and slavery” near the end of his speech, he is referring to the possibility of enslaving captured British troops. A. True B. False

Weegy: The answer is A. True.
missa317|Points 215|

User: In “The Crisis No.1,” Paine encourages his fellow colonists to renew the fight for British imperialist rule. A. True B. False

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