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Which factor made the most difference in how agriculture affected the economies of the colonies? A. workforce B. choice of crops C. climate D. access to ports
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For what purpose was the Women’s Christian Temperance Union formed? A. to become a third political party B. to gain universal voting rights C. to protect the home and ban liquor D. to improve workers’ conditions
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The purpose of the Women’s Christian Temperance Union was: to protect the home and ban liquor.

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The plantation economy in the South produced A. great profits and developed great educational institutions. B. great profits at the expense of cultural development and equal opportunity. C. low profits despite the enslavement of a great number of people. D. equal opportunity for all whites and no illiteracy.
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