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Q: What was the outcome of Polk’s expansionist policies in the Oregon Territory? A. The Oregon Territory was split between the United States and Britain. B. Mexico received part of the Oregon
Territory. C. Polk forced Britain to surrender its land in the Oregon Territory. D. The United States and Britain warred over rights to the Oregon Territory
A: A. The Oregon Territory was split between the United States and Britain.
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[object Object]User: What was the outcome of Polk’s expansionist policies in the Oregon Territory? A. The Oregon Territory was split between the United States and Britain. B. Mexico received part of the Oregon Territory. C. Polk forced Britain to surrender its land in the Oregon Territory. D. The United States and Britain warred over rights to the Oregon Territory

Weegy: A. The Oregon Territory was split between the United States and Britain.
Expert answered|aLorin|Points 40|

User: During the campaign of 1828, the Democratic Party changed by A. crafting more nationalist policies. B. veering away from Jeffersonian principles. C. developing a system of local and state committees. D. denouncing the spoils system.

Weegy: During the campaign of 1828, the Democratic Party changed by D. denouncing the spoils system.
Expert answered|aLorin|Points 40|

User: What was the purpose of the Wilmot Proviso? A. to extend slavery into lands won from Mexico B. to punish Mexico for going to war against the United States C. to reverse the terms of the Gadsden Purchase D. to ban slavery and other forms of servitude from lands won from Mexico

Weegy: D. to ban slavery and other forms of servitude from lands won from Mexico. [ [ The Wilmot Proviso amendment would have closed California and New Mexico to slavery in 1846 as a requirement for their annexation, but Congress did not pass this. Read more: ] ]
Expert answered|aLorin|Points 40|

User: he legal tradition that kept women from owning property and holding public office came to the United States from A. Mexico. B. Africa. C. Britain. D. France.

Weegy: he legal tradition that kept women from owning property and holding public office came to the United States from C. Britain.
Expert answered|aLorin|Points 40|

User: Transcendentalists were known for A. being loyal to the Pope. B. making high-quality crafts. C. using nature as a teacher. D. following organized religions.

Weegy: Transcendentalists were known for C. using nature as a teacher.
Expert answered|aLorin|Points 40|

User: During the campaign of 1828, the Democratic Party changed by A. crafting more nationalist policies. B. veering away from Jeffersonian principles. C. developing a system of local and state committees. D. denouncing the spoils system.

Weegy: The correct answer is The correct answer is C. [ Is there anything else I can help you with today sweetie? If not have a great day, and keep using weegy! :) Is there anything else I can help you with today sweetie? If not have a great day, and keep using weegy! :) ]
Expert answered|aLorin|Points 40|

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