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Why was George Washington chosen to lead the Continental Army? A. He was from Virginia, and New England needed Virginia s help to win the war. B. His strong military record convinced Congress to choose him. C. He traveled to Philadelphia and personally asked Congress to choose him. D. His successes during the French and Indian War impressed Congress
Weegy: George Washington chosen to lead the Continental Army because of his successes during the French and Indian War impressed User: New York City became the nation’s greatest commercial center because A. the Erie Canal funneled western produce down the Hudson River. B. goods were sold at much lower prices in New York than anywhere else. C. it was the main hub of the nation’s railroad system. D. low city taxes on trade increased commercial transactions Weegy: A. The Erie cancal funneled western produce down the Hudson River User: The newspapers of the Gilded Age both reflected and helped create A. the Victorian Era. B. Americanization. C. mass culture. D. urbanization Weegy: C. mass culture. This was the birth of the political cartoon. Source: User: According to Lincoln’s Ten Percent Plan, what could happen when ten percent of a state’s voters took a loyalty oath to the Union? A. The state would regain representation in Congress. B. The state could set up a new government. C. The state could apply for federal assistance. D. The state would regain representation in the Senate Weegy: B. The state could set up a new government (More)
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According to Lincoln s Ten Percent Plan, what could happen when ten percent of a state s voters took a loyalty oath to the Union? A. The state would regain representation in Congress. B. The state could set up a new government. C. The state could apply for federal assistance. D. The state would regain representation in the Senate
Weegy: B. The state could set up a new governmentAccording to Lincoln, when 10% of the states population swore an oath of loyalty to the U.S. the state set up a new government, answer is B. [ ] (More)
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