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Q: Why did James K. Polk want to annex Texas? A. He was a strong believer in Manifest Destiny. B. He believed that Mexico would not object. C. He was willing to give the Oregon Territory to
Britain in exchange for Texas. D. He had no choice but to follow public opinion.
A: A. He was a strong believer in Manifest Destiny./President John Tyler, concluding that Texas must not become a satellite of Great Britain, proposed annexation. [ After some sparring, Houston consented to the negotiation of a treaty of annexation, which was rejected by the United States Senate in June 1844. Annexation then became an issue in the presidential election of 1844; James K. Polk, who
favored annexation, was elected. Tyler, feeling the need of haste if British designs were to be circumvented, suggested that annexation be accomplished by a joint resolution offering Texas statehood on certain conditions, the acceptance of which by Texas would complete the merger. The United States Congress passed the annexation resolution on February 28, 1845, and Andrew Jackson Donelsonqv proceeded to Texas to urge acceptance of the offer. ]
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User: Why did James K. Polk want to annex Texas? A. He was a strong believer in Manifest Destiny. B. He believed that Mexico would not object. C. He was willing to give the Oregon Territory to Britain in exchange for Texas. D. He had no choice but to follow public opinion.

Weegy: A. He was a strong believer in Manifest Destiny./President John Tyler, concluding that Texas must not become a satellite of Great Britain, proposed annexation. [ After some sparring, Houston consented to the negotiation of a treaty of annexation, which was rejected by the United States Senate in June 1844. Annexation then became an issue in the presidential election of 1844; James K. Polk, who favored annexation, was elected. Tyler, feeling the need of haste if British designs were to be circumvented, suggested that annexation be accomplished by a joint resolution offering Texas statehood on certain conditions, the acceptance of which by Texas would complete the merger. The United States Congress passed the annexation resolution on February 28, 1845, and Andrew Jackson Donelsonqv proceeded to Texas to urge acceptance of the offer. ]
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User: Why was George Washington chosen to lead the Continental Army? A. He was from Virginia, and New England needed Virginia’s help to win the war. B. His strong military record convinced Congress to choose him. C. He traveled to Philadelphia and personally asked Congress to choose him. D. His successes during the French and Indian War impressed Congress.

Weegy: George Washington chosen to lead the Continental Army because of his successes during the French and Indian War impressed
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