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The French helped the Montagnais and Algonkin fight the A. Huron. B. Iroquois. C. Dutch. D. Jesuits.
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Which factor made the most difference in how agriculture affected the economies of the colonies? A. workforce B. choice of crops C. climate D. access to ports
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The legal tradition that kept women from owning property and holding public office came to the United States from A. Mexico. B. Africa. C. Britain. D. France.
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: The legal tradition that kept women from owning property and holding public office came to the United States from Britain.
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A cartel differs from a monopoly in that A. one corporation has complete control of a product or service. B. businesses making the same product agree to limit production. C. one firm sets the prices for all goods in an industry. D. all the firms involved in the same business merge into one entity.
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