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The English Bill of Rights forbids cruel and unusual punishment, as does this amendment of the U.S. Bill of Rights. a. 5th c. 7th b. 6th d. 8th
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The English Bill of Rights forbids cruel and unusual punishment, as does the d. 8th amendment of the U.S. Bill of Rights.
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The Petition of Right forbids the mandatory quartering of troops in private homes, this is part of the U.S. Bill of Rights in this amendment. a. 1st c. 3rd b. 2nd d. 4th
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The Petition of Right forbids the mandatory quartering of troops in private homes, this is part of the U.S. Bill of Rights in the THIRD amendent.

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Who gives the authority to colonize in a charter colony? a. the king c. the church b. the president d. the people
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Enlightenment philosophers believed that human civilizations are similar to nature in that they are __________. A. violent and brutal B. wild and unmanageable C. governed by natural laws D. subject to divine power
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Enlightenment philosophers believed that human civilizations are similar to nature in that they are governed by natural laws.
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