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18. In England, people associate the acceptance of their Bill of Rights with the reign of A. William and Mary. B. James II. C. Edward I. D. King John.
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User: 18. In England, people associate the acceptance of their Bill of Rights with the reign of A. William and Mary. B. James II. C. Edward I. D. King John.

Weegy: ... people associate the acceptance of their bill of rights with the reign of a james ii b king john c william and mary d edward you and said it was [ the same as In ... ]


User: 19. Which one of the following provisions was part of the first draft of the Articles of Confederation submitted to the Second Continental Congress? A. Denial of the right for Congress to levy taxes B. Appointment of George Washington as commander of the Continental Army C. Limited and restricted functions for the central government D. Government control over the unsettled western lands

Weegy: C. Government control over the unsettled western lands
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User: 20. Under the reign of Louis XIV, the government in France was a/an A. representative democracy. B. direct democracy. C. dictatorship. D. absolute monarchy.

Weegy: Under the reign of Louis XIV, the government in France was a; D. absolute monarchy.
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User: 17. 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 specialization of jobs in the medical field C. The ways construction jobs are organized D. Splitting work equally between two people

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