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Britain passed the Navigation Acts to… A. regulate colonial trade and manufacturing. B. crack down on smugglers. C. encourage world
exploration. D. support free trade in the colonies.
Britain passed the Navigation Acts to A. regulate colonial trade and manufacturing.
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User: Britain passed the Navigation Acts to… A. regulate colonial trade and manufacturing. B. crack down on smugglers. C. encourage world exploration. D. support free trade in the colonies.

Weegy: Britain passed the Navigation Acts to A. regulate colonial trade and manufacturing.
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User: The __________ was the French middle class. A. plebiscite B. bourgeoisie C. ancien régime D. Continental System

Weegy: The bourgeoisie was the French middle class.
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User: At the top of Spanish colonial society were the peninsulares. A. True B. False

Weegy: True, At the top of Spanish colonial society were the peninsulares.
chinggay_0118|Points 831|

User: To ensure that its colonies would be profitable, Spain established strict trade laws for its colonies. A. True B. False

Weegy: A. TRUE. To ensure that its colonies would be profitable, Spain established strict trade laws for its colonies.
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User: 11 million is an estimate of the number of Africans that died in passage to the Americas during the Atlantic slave trade. A. True B. False

User: Finance minister Jean Baptiste Colbert helped to make France the wealthiest state in Europe by imposing mercantilist policies to bolster the economy. A. True B. False

Weegy: Finance minister Jean Baptiste Colbert helped to make France the wealthiest state in Europe by imposing mercantilist policies to bolster the economy. A. True.
yeswey|Points 2097|

User: Louis XIV appointed royal officials from the middle class to his bureaucracy because they helped to check the power of the nobles and Church. A. True B. False

Weegy: A. TRUE. Louis XIV appointed royal officials from the middle class to his bureaucracy because they helped to check the power of the nobles and Church.
andrewpallarca|Points 18993|

User: English Protestants who differed with the Church of England are called dissenters. A. True B. False

Weegy: English Protestants who differed with the Church of England are called dissenters. This statement is A. True
zeppelin|Points 344|

User: High-ranking government leaders who advise the head of state are called the partition. A. True B. False

Weegy: High-ranking government leaders who advise the head of state are called the partition. This is B. FALSE. They are the Cabinets.
andrewpallarca|Points 18993|

User: By 1750, Prussia and Austria were competing to develop their overseas empires. A. True B. False

Weegy: FALSE. By 1750, Prussia and Austria were battling for control of the German states.
Expert answered|andrewpallarca|Points 18993|

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