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Q: 8. Probably the main reason Africans, rather than Native Americans, became slaves in America was that A. Indians passed North American diseases to the Europeans. B. Africans and Europeans
shared immunities to Old World diseases. C. Indians were unable to master the work required of slaves. D. Africans were already adapted to slavery.
A: D. Africans and Europeans shared immunities to Old World diseases.
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User: 8. Probably the main reason Africans, rather than Native Americans, became slaves in America was that A. Indians passed North American diseases to the Europeans. B. Africans and Europeans shared immunities to Old World diseases. C. Indians were unable to master the work required of slaves. D. Africans were already adapted to slavery.

Weegy: D. Africans and Europeans shared immunities to Old World diseases.
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User: 9. Which one of these terms is most closely related to an oligarchy? A. Constitutional monarchy B. Democracy C. Roi Soleil D. Junta

Weegy: Junta is most closely related to an oligarchy.
jeifunk|Points 9995|

User: 10. In general terms, the heart of any representative democracy is A. the Senate. B. Congress. C. suffrage. D. a legislature.

User: 12. In 1775, the population of the colonies included about _______ African slaves. A. 500,000 B. 100,000,000 C. 100,000 D. 50,000

Weegy: In 1775, the population of the colonies included about 500,000 African slaves.



User: 13. If you had come to America to practice your Quaker religious beliefs, chances are you would have settled in A. New Jersey. B. New England. C. Pennsylvania. D. Virginia.

Weegy: This would be C., Pennsylvania. That state is also known as the "Quaker State" so it would be a logical choice to settle there and practice Quaker religious beliefs.
AnaisBree|Points 461|

User: 15. The purpose of the petition sent to King George III by the First Continental Congress was to A. request a place in Parliament for colonial delegates. B. request that the king consider granting independence to the established colonies. C. declare the right to bear arms in pursuit of liberty. D. declare their right to approve laws passed by Parliament on behalf of the colonies.

Weegy: The purpose of the petition sent to King George III by the First Continental Congress was to D. [ declare their right to approve laws passed by Parliament on behalf of the colonies. ]
Janet17|Points 2385|

User: 16. Under the reign of Louis XIV, the government in France was a/an A. representative democracy. B. absolute monarchy. C. dictatorship. D. direct democracy.

Weegy: Under the reign of Louis XIV, the government in France was a; D. absolute monarchy.
sharpies|Points 8877|

User: 17. The purpose of the British Declaratory Act of 1766 was to A. establish British fur-trading rights with the Indians. B. place taxes on all British goods imported into the colonies. C. repeal the Stamp Act. D. proclaim the right of Britain to pass laws regulating the colonies.

Weegy: A. proclaim the right of Britain to pass laws regulating the colonies.
ifm|Points 80|

User: 18. The United States Constitution delegates police powers mainly to A. Congress. B. the president of the United States. C. the National Guard. D. state and local authorities.

User: 19. After General Howe's forces defeated the Americans at Brooklyn Heights and White Plains, Washington's strategy called for A. surrounding the British and forcing them into one location. B. retreating to the south. C. cutting British forces into two parts at Trenton. D. drawing British forces inland.

Weegy: D. retreating to the south.
jeifunk|Points 9995|

User: 20. In modern society, what do we mean when we refer to the division of labor? A. All the jobs people do are connected to other jobs. B. The ways construction jobs are organized C. Splitting work equally between two people D. The specialization of jobs in the medical field

Weegy: In modern society, what do we mean when we refer to the division of labor Splitting work equally between two people.
Expert answered|Meynard|Points 195|

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