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Rousseau argued that society should be governed by a. the military. c. a monarch. b. the church. d. a social contract.
Weegy: D.a social contract User: Which of the following statements about the federal government of the United States is not true? a. The executive branch can execute laws and veto legislative acts. c. The legislative branch includes the Senate and the House of Representatives. b. The President is chief of the executive branch. d. The Supreme Court rules over the legislative branch. User: In 1641, rebellious Irish Catholics were angered by the _________, who had power over their wealth. a. Anglicans c. Puritans b. priests d. country gentry Weegy: In 1641, rebellious Irish Catholics were angered by the __d. country gentry _, who had power over their wealth (More)
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In 1641, rebellious Irish Catholics were angered by the ANGLICANS who had power over their wealth.
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Which of the following represents the revolutionary center of France? a. Paris c. Marquis de Lafayette b. Commune d. Versaille
Weegy: Paris represents the revolutionary center of France. User: middle-class militia Weegy: The role of militia, also known as military service and duty, in the United States is complex and has transformed over time. [ [ The term militia can be used to describe any number of groups within the United States. ] ] User: ended the authority of priests and bishops (More)
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In 1789 the National Assembly was formed. It was previously known as the _______. a. First Estate c. Third Estate b. Second Estate d. Assembly of Notables
Weegy: On June 10, 1789, the Third Estate broke the stalemate. They invited the First and Second Estates to join them. Some of the more liberal-minded members of the nobility and clergy did in fact come over, but the stalemate continued. [ On June 17, 1789, the Third Estate began the French Revolution by declaring itself a National Assembly. C. Third estate ] User: What did the National Assembly do with Church lands they seized? a. They sold the land to pay off debt. c. They used the land to compensate nobles who lost land. b. They divided the land amongst the peasants. d. They redistributed the land equally amongst the people. (More)
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In 1789 the National Assembly was formed. It was previously known as the Third estate.


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The National Assembly do with Church lands they seized is: They sold the land to pay off debt.
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