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Jefferson's more liberal view of expanding rights for all Americans was most favored by what region of the country? A. Western Territory B. East C. South D. Northeast
Jefferson's more liberal view of expanding rights for all Americans was most favored by South.
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Jefferson's more liberal view of expanding rights for all Americans was most favored by South.
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