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According to the Declaration of Independence, when should the people have the right to change their government? A. When government officials don't leave office B. When a government wants to raise taxes C. When the government doesn't protect their natural rights D. When a king doesn't protect their natural rights
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User: According to the Declaration of Independence, when should the people have the right to change their government? A. When government officials don't leave office B. When a government wants to raise taxes C. When the government doesn't protect their natural rights D. When a king doesn't protect their natural rights

Weegy: According to the Declaration of Independence, the people should have the right to change their government: When the government doesn't protect their natural rights.
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User:   The purpose of the petition sent to King George III by the First Continental Congress was to        A. declare the right to bear arms in pursuit of liberty.   B. declare their right to approve laws passed by Parliament on behalf of the colonies.   C. request that the king consider granting independence to the established colonies.   D. request a place in Parliament for colonial delegates.

Weegy: The purpose of the petition sent to King George III by the First Continental Congress was to declare their right to approve laws passed by Parliament on behalf of the colonies.
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User: The way all jobs in modern society are connected to other jobs is called        A. economic regulations.   B. settling disputes.   C. division of labor.   D. the money supply

Weegy: The way all jobs in modern society are connected to other jobs is called division of labor.
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User: What was the main concern with the first draft of the Articles of Confederation?        A. Too much power in the state governments   B. Too much power in the central government   C. Too little power for the courts   D. A too small legislature  

Weegy: The main concern with the first draft of the Articles of Confederation was too much power in the state governments.
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User: Great Britain required more taxation from the colonies because of which event?        A. Boston Tea Party   B. French and Indian War   C. Boston Massacre   D. Townshend's financial mismanagement

Weegy: Great Britain required more taxation from the colonies because of the French and Indian War.
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User: How did John Winthrop change the government of Massachusetts?        A. He allowed non-Puritans to vote.   B. He allowed women to vote.   C. He established the Mayflower Compact.   D. He created a colonial legislature

Weegy: John Winthrop changed the government of Massachusetts because he created a colonial legislature.
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User: What was the basic aim in a direct democracy?        A. Suffrage   B. Majority rule   C. Legislature   D. Bill of Rights

Weegy: Suffrage, political franchise, or simply franchise distinct from other rights to vote is the right to vote gained through the democratic process.
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User: Regarding the Magna Carta, which statement is false?        A. The document assured all English citizens freedom of speech.   B. The meeting of the English Barons and King John occurred at Runnymede.   C. The document required trial by a jury of one's peers.   D. King John was forced to sign the document.  

Weegy: Regarding the Magna Carta, the statement: The document assured all English citizens freedom of speech, is false.
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User: The agricultural revolution led to the need for organized        A. government.   B. technological reform.   C. pest control.   D. greenhouse gas reform.

Weegy: The agricultural revolution led to the need for organized government.
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User: What colony's founders believed that tolerance was a great virtue?        A. Pennsylvania   B. Georgia   C. Massachusetts   D. Virginia  

Weegy: Pennsylvania's founders believed that tolerance was a great virtue.
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User: Concerned about the Catholic minority in Maryland, Leonard Calvert ordered the Second Lord Baltimore to        A. issue a decree requiring religious toleration in Maryland.   B. encourage members of the Church of England to become Catholics.   C. make a law requiring Catholics to practice their faith quietly and privately.   D. send to Europe for more Catholic priests.  

Weegy: Concerned about the Catholic minority in Maryland, Leonard Calvert ordered the Second Lord Baltimore to make a law requiring Catholics to practice their faith quietly and privately.
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User:   Which statement was in an early draft of the Declaration of Independence, but not in the final version?        A. Parliament should include representatives from the colonies.   B. Governments must be based on the consent of the people.   C. Britain took way colonists' natural rights.   D. Slavery was evil.

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Slavery was evil was in early draft of the Declaration of Independence, but not the final version.
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