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2. The largest social class in Egypt or ancient Rome was made up of A. artisans. B. traders. C. farmers. D. soldiers.
The largest social class in Egypt or ancient Rome was made up farmers.
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User: 2. The largest social class in Egypt or ancient Rome was made up of A. artisans. B. traders. C. farmers. D. soldiers.

Weegy: The largest social class in Egypt or ancient Rome was made up farmers.
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User: 3. After General Howe's forces defeated the Americans at Brooklyn Heights and White Plains, Washington's strategy called for A. cutting British forces into two parts at Trenton. B. drawing British forces inland. C. retreating to the south. D. surrounding the British and forcing them into one location.

Weegy: D. retreating to the south.
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User: 4. The German leader who headed the Nazi party was A. Perón. B. Idi Amin. C. Stalin. D. Hitler.

Weegy: The German leader who headed the Nazi party was D. Adolf Hitler.



User: 5. Concerning the Greek concept of democracy, which of the following statements is false? A. It was first conceived and practiced in Athens. B. You could vote if you were a male who owned property. C. The root of the word, "demos," means "the people." D. Men and women over age 16 were considered citizens.

User: 6. Which of the following is not an authoritarian form of government? A. Direct democracy B. Totalitarianism C. Absolute monarchy D. Dictatorship

Weegy: D. Direct democracy is not an authoritarian form of government.
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User: 7. Concerned about the Catholic minority in Maryland, Leonard Calvert ordered the Second Lord Baltimore to A. encourage members of the Church of England to become Catholics. B. make a law requiring Catholics to practice their faith quietly and privately. C. issue a decree requiring religious toleration in Maryland. D. send to Europe for more Catholic priests.

Weegy: B. make a law requiring Catholics to practice their faith quietly and privately.
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User: 8. The result of the Battle of Bunker Hill was a/an A. clear victory for the Americans. B. narrow victory for the Americans. C. unqualified British victory. D. inconclusive end.





Weegy: The result of the Battle of Bunker Hill was an: C. unqualified British victory.
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