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In his Farewell Address, Washington warned against permanent foreign alliances and A. the unjust oppression of black slaves. B. the power of the moneyed interests. C. lowering the tariff
on imported goods. D. the formation of political factions.
The answer is D. the formation of political factions.
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User: In his Farewell Address, Washington warned against permanent foreign alliances and A. the unjust oppression of black slaves. B. the power of the moneyed interests. C. lowering the tariff on imported goods. D. the formation of political factions.

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User: In 1700, which of the following colonies had the largest slave population relative to its overall population? A. Virginia B. South Carolina C. Massachusetts D. Pennsylvania

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