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Which act required the colonies to provide housing and supplies to British troops who remained in America after the French and Indian war? a. Stamp Act b. Quartering Act c. Townshend Act d. Proclamation Act
Weegy: b. Quartering Act required the colonies to provide housing and supplies to British troops who remained in America after the French and Indian war. (More)
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All of the following American leaders attended the Constitutional Convention in 1787, EXCEPT which? a. Patrick Henry c. Benjamin Franklin b. James Madison d. Alexander Hamilton
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All of the following American leaders attended the Constitutional Convention in 1787, EXCEPT Patrick Henry.
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Which one of these people was NOT a Federalist? a. James Madison c. Alexander Hamilton b. Patrick Henry d. John Jay
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Patrick Henry was NOT a Federalist.
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A ­­­__________ subject is a noun (functioning as the subject) that describes a group made of many parts. collective compound singular plural
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The _______________ stated that all nations should have equal access to trade and investment in _________. a. Open Door Policy; India b. Boxer Doctrine; India c. Open Door Policy; China d. Boxer Doctrine; China
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The OPEN DOOR POLICY stated that all nations should have equal access to trade and investment in CHINA.
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