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Who broke Washington's two-year term precedent by serving more than two terms as resident of the United States? A. Andrew Jackson B. Franklin Roosevelt C. Abraham Lincoln D. Thomas Jefferson
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User: Who broke Washington's two-year term precedent by serving more than two terms as resident of the United States? A. Andrew Jackson B. Franklin Roosevelt C. Abraham Lincoln D. Thomas Jefferson

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User: Which of the following port cities played a major role in the Louisiana Purchase? A. New York City B. New Orleans C. Baltimore D. Boston

Weegy: Which of the following port cities played a major role in the Louisiana Purchase? A. New York City B. New Orleans C. Baltimore D. Boston New Orleans
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New Orleans played a major role in the Louisiana Purchase.
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