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In the Malay Peninsula and small coastal states of Southeast Asia, the head of state was frequently (1 point) a Confucian king. an Islamic sultan. a Buddhist monk. a Vietnamese emperor.
Weegy: The head of State was usually an Islamic Sultan in the coastal states of Southeast Asia User: In the Buddhist style of kingship, the king was considered the (1 point) link between humans and the universe. defender of the faith. mortal appointed by heaven to rule. the heir of the pope. Weegy: In the Buddhist style of kingship, the king was considered the link between humans and the universe. (More)
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In the Buddhist style of kingship, the king was considered the (1 point) link between humans and the universe. defender of the faith. mortal appointed by heaven to rule. the heir of the pope.
Weegy: mortal appointed by heaven to rule. User: European influence in Southeast Asia was stronger in the Malay Peninsula and Indonesian Archipelago because (1 point) these states did not have strong, central monarchies. these states had fewer goods to trade. these states were Christian. these states needed slaves. (More)
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What was the name of the set of principles that dominated economic thought in the seventeenth century? (1 point) commercial capitalism consumerism speculation mercantilism
Weegy: mercantilism User: Slaves from Africa were obtained by Europeans from (1 point) King Afonso of Bakongo. African slave merchants. Italian traders. Brazil. Weegy: Slaves from Africa were obtained by Europeans from African slave merchants. (More)
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The island of Java became a strategic center for the (1 point) English. Cambodians. French. Dutch.
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The island of Java became a strategic center for the Dutch.
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Originally, African slaves were brought to the Americas to supply labor for the (1 point) sugarcane plantations. rubber plantations. molasses industry. tobacco fields.
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Originally, African slaves were brought to the Americas to supply labor for the: sugarcane plantations.

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