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What was the main benefit of enacting the Land Ordinance of 1785? Each state was given equal amounts of land in the West. Confusion over land ownership was eliminated. Slavery was abolished in the Western territories. The Native Americans had their territorial rights protected
Weegy: The main benefit of the Land Ordinance of 1785 was: Confusion over land ownership was eliminated. [ Many landowners in the original states had become embroiled in ownership disputes because their property lines were defined in terms of rocks, streams and trees — any of which could disappear or be moved. ] (More)
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The event that made the Great Schism forever permanent was the Fourth Crusade.
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_____ describes a market structure with a single seller that produces goods with no close substitutes. Perfect Competition Oligopoly Monopoly
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After the Crusades, the people of Western Europe came into contact with new cultures and ideas largely because of increases in trade. True False
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After the Crusades, the people of Western Europe came into contact with new cultures and ideas largely because of increases in trade.
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