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The founding fathers liked the Iroquois government because A. only the chief made decisions. B. it was a representative democracy. C. women ruled the Confederacy. D. the sachem
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B. it was a representative democracy.
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User: The founding fathers liked the Iroquois government because A. only the chief made decisions. B. it was a representative democracy. C. women ruled the Confederacy. D. the sachem was wise.

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User: The largest nationality in Pennsylvania is A. Dutch. B. Italian. C. German. D. Mexican.





Weegy: The largest nationality in Pennsylvania is GERMAN with 25% of Population.
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