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Which of the following reforms was not requested in the cahiers? a. Fair Taxes c. Freedom of Religion b. Freedom of Press d. Regular meetings of the Estates General
Regular meeting of the Estates General.
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User: The Bloodless Revolution that transferred power in the English monarchy is called the __________. Protestant Reformation English Civil War Glorious Revolution War of the Roses

User: Which of the following reforms was not requested in the cahiers? a. Fair Taxes c. Freedom of Religion b. Freedom of Press d. Regular meetings of the Estates General

Weegy: Regular meeting of the Estates General.
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User: Two years after the Civil War the United States purchased which territory from Russia? a. Hawaii c. Puerto Rico b. Virgin Islands d. Alaska

User: The chain of alliances began when Germany encouraged Austria to go to war with __________. a. Hungary c. Balkans b. Serbia d. France

Weegy: The answer is d. France
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User: How did many Serbians view Austrians? a. As important allies c. As an inferior nation b. As foreign oppressors d. As their own peoples

Weegy: How did many Serbians view Austrians? d. As their own people
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The Bloodless Revolution that transferred power in the English monarchy is called the Glorious Revolution.
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