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Q: A series of essays written by Hamilton, Madison, and Jay in support of the Constitution were called: theFederalist Common Sense Writs of Assistance
A: A series of essays written by Hamilton, Madison, and Jay in support of the Constitution were called: the Federalist. [smile]
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User: A series of essays written by Hamilton, Madison, and Jay in support of the Constitution were called: theFederalist Common Sense Writs of Assistance

Weegy: A series of essays written by Hamilton, Madison, and Jay in support of the Constitution were called: the Federalist. [smile]
Mayang30|Points 644|

User: After crossing the Delaware on Christmas night, 1776, Washington and his troops were victorious in which two battles? Bunker Hill Trenton Quebec Camden Montreal Princeton

Weegy: battle of trenton
amanda39|Points 659|

User: Thomas Paine wrote a pamphlet entitled ?

User: Congress adopted the Olive Branch Petition asking Parliament not to break from the colonies until a compromise could be worked out.

User: The Declaration of Independence was drawn up by Benjamin Franklin. True

Weegy: false
amanda39|Points 659|

User: Another name for a Loyalist was: Patriot Hessian Tory Whig Republican

Weegy: Another name for a Loyalist was Tory.
vchutkan|Points 5734|

User: In 1776, General William Howe defeated George Washington in New York. True False

Weegy: In 1776, General William Howe defeated: American Rebel, George Washington.
paral|Points 3402|

User: The Continental Congress proclaimed the hero at Saratoga was: John Paul Jones Nathaniel Greene Horatio Gates George Washington Baron von Steuben

Weegy: Horatio Gates
MrG|Points 2450|

User: The Intolerable Acts were passed to increase trade. True False

Weegy: false
amanda39|Points 659|

User: Congress didn't provide the army with enough equipment because: it didn't want a war it wanted foreign countries to give aid a soldier's life is expected to be hard it didn't have enough money the Continental Army was a volunteer army

Weegy: Congress didn't provide the army with enough equipment because > it didn't have enough money
sujaysen|Points 3427|

User: Which man did General Washington make the Chief Inspector of the colonial troops? Marquis de Lafayette Baron von Steuben Nathaniel Greene Richard Montgomery Benedict Arnold

Weegy: a
dame016|Points 911|

User: Which man did General Washington make the Chief Inspector of the colonial troops? Marquis de Lafayette Baron von Steuben Nathaniel Greene Richard Montgomery Benedict Arnold

Weegy: a
dame016|Points 911|

User: The last state to ratify the Constitution was: Delaware Rhode Island New Jersey

Weegy: rhode island
amanda39|Points 659|

User: What was an effect of the passage of the Townshend Acts? American merchants were put out of business trade with England increased the colonists boycotted English goods

Weegy: B.trade with England increased
workaholicmom|Points 4684|

User: The Committees of Correspondence were organized by Samuel Adams. True False Question #21MultipleSelect Score: Select all that apply. Which of the following does not describe the Continental Army? fighting for a common causeintense trainingexcellent quality and quantity of equipmentmaking use of British mistakesorganization Question #22MultipleSelect Score: Select all that apply. The Stamp Act: was passed by Parliament in 1776caused the Boston Massacrewas the first direct tax levied by England on the colonistssparked protest in the colonies Question #23MultipleSelect Score: Select all that apply. The "Great Compromise " of the Constitution resulted in the: House of RepresentativesHouse of LordsParliamentHouse of CommonsExecutive BranchJudicial BranchSenate Question #24MultipleSelect Score: Select all that apply. The three branches of government are: JudicialCabinetAuthorityExecutiveInitiativeRight WingLegislative Question #25TrueFalse Score: The three-part system of the U.S. government allows for a system of checks and balances. TrueFalse Question #26TrueFalse Score: The Land Ordinance of 1787 required land taxes from the Northwest. TrueFalse Question #27TrueFalse Score: One weakness of the British army was fighting on foreign soil. TrueFalse

Weegy: Please ask your question one at a time. Thank you.
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