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As agriculture became entrenched in the South, A. planters built plantation schools to educate enslaved workers. B. the South became too dependent on one crop, limiting development. C. Southern whites began to doubt the benefits of slavery. D. entrepreneurs built new factories to meet rising consumer demand.
Weegy: B. the South became too dependent on one crop, limiting development. User: During the campaign of 1828, the Democratic Party changed by A. crafting more nationalist policies. B. veering away from Jeffersonian principles. C. developing a system of local and state committees. D. denouncing the spoils system. Weegy: The correct answer is C. Is there anything else I can help you with today sweetie? If not have a great day, and keep using weegy! :) User: Which of the following championed nationalism and denounced nullification? A. John C. Calhoun B. Henry Clay C. Andrew Jackson D. Daniel Webster Weegy: C. Andrew Jackson User: Which of the following was an immediate cause of the Panic of 1837? A. Congress lowered protective tariffs. B. The first Bank of the United States closed. C. President Jackson allocated too much money to the American System. D. The federal government stopped accepting paper money for the purchase of land. Weegy: The federal government stopped accepting paper money for the purchase of land. The immediate cause of the "Panic of 1837" was President Jackson's decision to allow the sale of land to those paying in gold or silver only. (More)
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Manifest Destiny was the belief that A. the United States should invade and capture all of Mexico. B. slavery should extend westward beyond the South. C. the United States should own most or all of North America. D. Native Americans had a right to the land they lost.
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Manifest Destiny was the belief that The United States should own most or all of North America.
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The Seneca Falls Convention addressed the issue of A. women’s rights. B. slavery in the Southern states. C. religious participation in schools. D. unequal education among children.
Weegy: The Seneca Falls Convention addressed the issue of women's rights User: What is the name for the belief that it was God’s plan for the United States to own most or all of North America? A. expansionism B. social Darwinism C. Manifest Destiny D. popular sovereignty Weegy: Manifest Destiny was the 19th century American belief that the United States (often in the ethnically specific form of the "Anglo-Saxon race") was destined to expand across the continent. (More)
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Approximately how many kelvins are equal to 60°F? A. 333 B. 323 C. 413 D. 289
Weegy: 60 degree Fahrenheit = 288.7055556 kelvin. The answer is 289. (More)
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