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Why did slavery continue after the Revolution? A. Slave labor was important to the New England economy. B. The colonial government encouraged manumission. C. British, Loyalists, and
Patriots all agreed that liberty did not extend to slaves. D. The Southern plantation economy depended on slavery.
D. The Southern plantation economy depended on slavery.
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User: Why did slavery continue after the Revolution? A. Slave labor was important to the New England economy. B. The colonial government encouraged manumission. C. British, Loyalists, and Patriots all agreed that liberty did not extend to slaves. D. The Southern plantation economy depended on slavery.

Weegy: D. The Southern plantation economy depended on slavery.
danielovd|Points 121|

User: Fighting began in Lexington and Concord when British troops A. thought colonial soldiers had fired on them. B. captured Paul Revere. C. came to arrest colonial leaders and take colonial weapons. D. arrived, looking for the Second Continental Congress.

Weegy: came to arrest colonial leaders and take colonial weapons
mythmoh|Points 5349|

User: In what way did each colony’s government mirror the government of Britain? A. Each had a House of Lords. B. Each appointed a monarch. C. Each had a two-house legislature. D. Each called its legislature a parliament.

Weegy: C. Each had a two-house legislature. A way each colony?s government mirror the government of Britain. [smile]
Mayang30|Points 780|

User: Loyalists believed Patriots A. were breaking the law. B. should return to England. C. should support British taxation. D. were too aristocratic.

Weegy: Loyalists believed Patriots : A. were breaking the law.
sujaysen|Points 4158|

User: One of the Patriots’ greatest strengths was their A. reliance on local militia. B. well-trained soldiers. C. superior troop numbers. D. persistence in fighting.

Weegy: D. persistence in fighting. One of the Patriots? greatest strengths was their persistence in fighting.
eturker|Points 2893|

User: Which of the following was one of the policy changes Thomas Jefferson made when he became president? A. He urged Congress to support the Alien and Sedition Acts. B. He wanted to build up the nation’s army and navy. C. He planned to retire the national debt by paying it down. D. He used expensive displays to inspire the public’s respect.

Weegy: A. He urged Congress to support the Alien and Sedition Acts
Expert answered|krenay|Points 20|

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