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[Send a message] All of the following are true statements about women in America during the Revolution, EXCEPT: A. Many were left to take care of all of the farm responsibilities when their husbands went off to fight. B. Some were drafted into the Continental Army as cannon loaders. C. They were typically expected to be mothers, farmers, teachers, cooks, cleaners, cloth-weavers, and clothing-makers, as part of the average household. D. They were typically seen by most men as sensitive, weak creatures with feeble minds and gentle natures.
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User: [Send a message] All of the following are true statements about women in America during the Revolution, EXCEPT: A. Many were left to take care of all of the farm responsibilities when their husbands went off to fight. B. Some were drafted into the Continental Army as cannon loaders. C. They were typically expected to be mothers, farmers, teachers, cooks, cleaners, cloth-weavers, and clothing-makers, as part of the average household. D. They were typically seen by most men as sensitive, weak creatures with feeble minds and gentle natures.

Weegy: B. Some were drafted into the Continental Army as cannon loaders.
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User: [Send a message] What does popular sovereignty mean? A. the idea that government is created by and subject to the will of the most popular B. the idea that government is created by and subject to the will of the king C. the idea that government is created by and subject to the will of the people D. the idea that government is created by and subject to the will of the elite

Weegy: C. the idea that government is created by and subject to the will of the people
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