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WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS IS TRUE OF LIFE IN THE NEW ENGLAND COLONIES? User: WITH RESPECT TO THE EIGHTEE CENTURY,THE CONCEPT OF THE "MIDDLE GROUND "IS HELPFUL IN.
Weegy: The concept of the "middle ground" is helpful in understanding the attitudes of Indians living between the Appalachians and the Mississippi. User: AT THE CONSTIUTIONAL CONVENTION IN PHILADELPHIA, MADISON DRAFTED THE PLAN PRESENTED BY VIRGINIA GOVERNOR RANDOLPH AND WILLIAM PATTERSON OF PRESENTED A PLAN THAT WAS SIMILAR TO THE ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION. Weegy: At the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia, Madison drafted the plan presented by Virginia Governor Randolph, and William Patterson of New Jersey presented a plan that was similar to the Articles of Confederation. [ ] (More)
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AS A DIRECT RESULT OF THE XYZ AFFAIR. User: HIS INVENTION OF A BETTER WAY TO GROW SHRT-STAPLE COTTON.
Weegy: Direct result of the XYZ affair. Congress passed the Alien and Sedition Acts. President John Adams sent special envoys Elbridge Gerry and John Marshall to France to help Charles C. Pinckney negotiate an agreement to protect U.S. [ shipping from French privateers. Before the three could meet with Charles-Maurice de Talleyrand, they were approached by three of his agents — called X, Y, and Z in diplomatic correspondence to Adams — who suggested a bribe of $250,000 to Talleyrand and a loan of $10 million to France as preconditions for negotiations. Adams rejected the French demands and reported the mission had failed. When he was forced to reveal the correspondence, public outrage was followed by calls for war with France. The Alien and Sedition Acts were passed to restrict potential French sympathizers. ] (More)
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WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING WAS JOHN ROLFE'S CHIEF CONTRIBUTION TO VIRGINIA'S ECONOMY?
Weegy: The strain of tobacco cultivated by Rolfe was the export cash crop that helped make the Virginia Colony profitable. It was the mainstay of the farming plantations for generations. [ Huge warehouses, such as those on Richmond's Tobacco Row, attest to its popularity. Even almost 400 years later, tobacco figures prominently in Virginia's economy. ................ ] User: THE ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION CALLED FOR WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING? Weegy: The articles of confederation called A single legislative body. ............ User: IN HIS FARE WELL ADDRESS, WASHINGTON WARNED AGAINST PERMANENT FOREIGN ALLIANCES AND. Weegy: In his Farewell Address, Washington warned against permanent foreign alliances and not to let the nation get divided. He also warned about letting any politician get too powerful and he wanted the nation to pay its debts. User: THE PURITAN BECAME THE GOVERNOR OF THE MASSACHUSETTS BAY COLONY. Weegy: John Winthrop became the governor of Massachusetts Bay colony. User: AMONG MEMBERS OF GEORGE WASHINGTON'S CABINET HAD A PESSIMISTIC VIEW OF HUMAN NATURE AND A DREAD OF DEMOCRATIC EXCESS. Weegy: it's Jefferson .. this is the best answer [smile] User: IN VIRGINA COLONISTS WHO COULD PAY THIR WAY ACROSS THE ATHNTIC WERE GRANTED 50 ACRES OF LAND TO LEASE FOR MODEST RENTAL FEE. THE TERM FOR SUCH AN ARRANGEMENT WAS CALLED. Weegy: In Virginia, colonists who could pay their way across the Atlantic were granted 50 acres of land to lease for a modest rental fee. The term for such an arrangement was called Headright. (More)
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FOR REVOLUTIONARIES LIKE SAM ADAMS THE TERM EMBRACED A WAY OF LIFE, A CORE IDEOLOGY , AND AN UNCOMPROMISING COMMITMENT TO LIBERTY AND EQUALITY.
Weegy: For revolutionaries like Sam Adams, the term democracy embraced a way of life. User: WHICH OF THE FOLLOWINGWAS THE PRIMARY INTEREST OF THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT IN APPROVING JAMES OGLETHORPES GEORGEIA COLONY? Weegy: Samuel Adams is regarded as a chief architect for the creation of American Republicanism, which was and still is a value system of American governance. [ Republicanism is a civic ideology that was adopted by American culture and used to perpetuate the Revolution against the British Monarch. Samuel Adams rejected centralized political power, and instead viewed liberty and rights as the principle values which drove a society. These thoughts, which were viewed as revolutionary, eventually shaped America's political culture. The viewpoints established by Adams and other political leaders were used to spark a rallying cry against Great Britain and their government's absolutist taxation methods. Source(s): ] User: IN MESOAMERICA THE SHIFT TO BASIC , CROPS , INCLUDING CORN, BEANS , AND SQUASH, IS REFERRED TO AS THE REVOLUTION. (More)
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IN JEFFERSON'S VIEW GEORGE WASHINGTON'S ACTION IN ADDRESSING THE WHISKEY REBELLION.
Weegy: C. was a fitting response to an immediate threat to the federal government. User: IN MESOAMERICA THE SHIFT TO BASIC CROPS, INCLUDING CORN, BEANS, AND SQUASH, IS REFERED TO AS THE REVOLUTION. Weegy: D. agricultural User: ENVISIONING THE MOST DRASTICALLY NEGATIVE THING THAT COULD HAPPEN , AND HOW YOU WOULD HANDLE IT, IS KNOWN AS FORMULATING A/AN. User: WHEN A PERSON HAS A STONG SENSE OF RESPONSIBILITY TO KEEP BUSY AND TO ACCOMPLISH WORTHWHILE THINGS , HE/SHE IS FREQUENTLY DESCRIBED AS HAVING A STONG. Weegy: A person has a strong sense of responsibility to keep busy and to accomplish worthwhile things he or she is described as having a strong sense of Work Ethics. (More)
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