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The women who marched on Versailles refused to leave until the king agreed to… A. reduce the price of bread. B. return to Paris. C. open
government jobs to the poor. D. give up the throne.
the answer is c. open government jobs to the poor
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User: The women who marched on Versailles refused to leave until the king agreed to… A. reduce the price of bread. B. return to Paris. C. open government jobs to the poor. D. give up the throne.

Weegy: the answer is c. open government jobs to the poor
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