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The Crusades were fought for the control of several cities and ports, but the main target was ___________. a. Antioch c. Jerusalem b. Acre d. Damascus
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Which of the following best summarizes the outcomes of the Hundred Years' War? a. England and France both won large numbers of battles, but it was France that won the war. c. England won most of the battles, but it was France who won the war. b. England and France both won large numbers of battles, but it was England that won the war. d. France won most of the battles, but it was England who won the war.
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In 1381 CE peasants led by Jack Straw marched on London and petitioned the government to abolish ___________. a. slavery c. domestication b. serfdom d. bondage
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In a market economy, land, labor, as well as capital, are controlled by the ___________________.
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In a market economy, land, labor, as well as capital, are controlled by the ___________________.
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