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Who was elected vice president in 1804
Weegy: George Clinton was elected vice-president and went on to serve under both Jefferson and his successor, James Madison. User: Why did Napoleon decide to sell Louisiana to the United States Weegy: The costly revolt in Haiti forced the French emperor Napoleon I to reconsider his plan to make Hispaniola the keystone of his colonial empire, [ and impending war with Great Britain made him question the feasibility of holding Louisiana against that great naval power. He decided to sell Louisiana to the United States. ] (More)
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What was Jefferson's main concern regarding the Louisiana Purchase? A) He thought it was too expensive.B) He was not sure if the president had the right to purchase land.C) He did not want to put the United States further into debt.D) The United States would have to borrow the money from China.
Weegy: B) He was not sure if the president had the right to purchase land. User: What was the primary goal of the Louis and Clark expedition?A) to reach the Atlantic Ocean and create a map of their journeyB) to find the Missouri RiverC) to reach the Pacific Ocean and create a map of their journeyD) to establish a settlement in Mandan Weegy: C. To reach the pacific ocean and create a map of their journey User: Which area did president Jefferson authorized Robert Livingston and James Monroe to negotiate a deal with the French to purchase?A) all of LouisianaB) New YorkC) New Orleans and West FloridaD) California and New Mexico Weegy: a User: Why was Burr upset with Hamilton?A) Burr won the governor's race and Hamilton encouraged Americans not to vote for him.B) Hamilton did not vote for Burr.C) Hamilton conviced many Americans not to vote for Burr and continued to talk about Burr after the election.D) Hamilton argued with Burr regarding the Bank of the United States. Weegy: C) Hamilton conviced many Americans not to vote for Burr and continued to talk about Burr after the election. User: What was one function of the national bank?A) The bank would issue federal credit cards.B) The bank would offer loans to Native Americans. C) The bank would negotiate trade agreements with foreign countries.D) The bank would be a place to store government funds received from taxes. Weegy: what? (More)
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Why did Washington warn against a two-party system? A) He believed that a two-party system would be fair but complicated. B) He believed that a two-party system would tear the nation apart from within. C) He did not think there would be enough candidates to represent two parties. D) He recommended a four-party system.
Weegy: "I?ve repeatedly warned that there is a scripted, psuedo-war between Dems and Repubs, [ liberals and conservatives which is in reality a false divide-and-conquer dog-and-pony show created by the powers that be to keep the American people divided and distracted." The answer to the question is B) He believed that a two-party system would tear the nation apart from within. ] User: What did Washington do to stop Shays' Rebellion?A) He stopped taxing farmers.B) He forbade the sale of whiskey.C) He held a press conference with local papers and the whiskey boys.D) He marched 13,000 troops into Pennsylvania. Weegy: D) He marched 13,000 troops into Pennsylvania. (More)
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What was the name of the ship in which the Separatists sailed to the New World?A) VictoriaB) PintaC) ConcepcionD) Mayflower
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Mayflower was the name of the ship in which the Separatists sailed to the New World.
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Which company paid for the settling of Virginia? A) Charter Company B) Colony Incorporation C) London Company D) Royal Company
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The London Company paid for the settling of Virginia.
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