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Q: 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.
A: 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.
juanlig|Points 30|

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.
jeifunk|Points 8531|

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.
andrewpallarca|Points 18993|

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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