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Which of the following is not true about the Columbian exchange? A. Most of the native population was immune to the diseases introduced to the Americas from the Eastern
Hemisphere. B. Europeans were introduced to foods from the Americas, such as potatoes, corn, tomatoes, and chocolate. C. Columbus brought horses, cows, sheep, chickens, and pigs from Europe to the Americas. D. Many African slaves went to the Caribbean Islands and Brazil to work on sugar plantations after a decline in the native population.
Which of the following is not true about the Columbian exchange? Answer: D. Many African slaves went to the Caribbean Islands and Brazil to work on sugar plantations after a decline in the native population. [ ]
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Montesquieu believed that people should be free to use reason and make up their own minds about religion, politics, and philosophy.
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