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Why did the colonists enjoy such a long period of time with absolute freedom from the government of Great Britain? a. only the smartest men traveled to established colonies in the new world. b. The vast wilderness and the distance from England prevented interference c. The colonists established strong forts and protected harbors. d. none of the above
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User: Why did the colonists enjoy such a long period of time with absolute freedom from the government of Great Britain? a. only the smartest men traveled to established colonies in the new world. b. The vast wilderness and the distance from England prevented interference c. The colonists established strong forts and protected harbors. d. none of the above

Weegy: The colonists enjoyed a long period of time with absolute freedom from the government of Great Britain because: The vast wilderness and the distance from England prevented interference.
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User: Which of the following is an example of the self-sufficiency of the American colonists a. Colonists purchased furniture from New York carpenters. b. Colonists purchased grains grown by Pennsylvania farmers c.Colonists purchased tools made by New England blacksmiths. d. all of the above are examples of colonial self-suffocoency

Weegy: All of the above - purchasing furniture from New York carpenters, grains grown by Pennsylvania farmers, and tools made by New England blacksmiths - are examples of colonial self-sufficiency. books.google.com/books?isbn=0237521695
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