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The Crusades created a demand for goods among the people. True False
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The Crusades created a demand for goods among the people. TRUE.

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After the Renaissance, trade was greatly restricted. FALSE.
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The French and Indian War settled the question of: which country controlled the North American continent which country could build forts along the Great Lakes which country could legally trade with the Indians which country could legally trade with the colonies
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The French and Indian Wars is a name used in the United States for a series of conflicts lasting 74 years in North America that represented colonial events related to the European dynastic wars. The title, French and Indian War, is used in the US specifically for the warfare of 1754-1763, the colonial counterpart to the Seven Years War in Europe. The expanding French and British colonies were contending for control of the western, or interior, territories of North America. Whenever the European countries went to war, military conflict also occurred in North America in their colonies, although the dates of the conflicts did not necessarily exactly coincide with those of the larger conflicts.
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President Wilson's Fourteen Points was a proposal for world peace following what war?
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President Wilson's Fourteen Points was a proposal for world peace following World War I.
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