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What did Maria Theresa do to strengthen the Hapsburg Empire? A. She drove the Prussians out of Silesia. B. She established Austria’s overseas colonies. C. She negotiated the Peace of Westphalia. D. She reorganized the Hapsburg bureaucracy.
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User: What contributed to the start of the English Civil War? A. Parliament refused to approve the Act of Supremacy. B. Parliament executed the chief ministers of Charles I. C. Charles I refused to sign the Petition of Right. D. Charles I refused to sign the English Bill of Rights.

User: What did Maria Theresa do to strengthen the Hapsburg Empire? A. She drove the Prussians out of Silesia. B. She established Austria’s overseas colonies. C. She negotiated the Peace of Westphalia. D. She reorganized the Hapsburg bureaucracy.

Weegy: What did Maria Theresa do to strengthen the Hapsburg Empire? Answer: A. She drove the Prussians out of Silesia.
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Weegy: The form of government the National Assembly created with the Constitution of 1791 was B) A limited monarchy
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Weegy: C. Canada and all French lands east of the Mississippi River were the lands that Britain gained as a result of Treaty of Paris in 1763.
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User: When the Huguenots left France in the 1680s, their departure… A. weakened the army of Louis XIV. B. seriously hurt the French economy. C. destroyed the power base of Henry IV. D. damaged the French bureaucracy.

Weegy: When Huguenots left France, their departure C. destroyed the power base of Henry IV
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User: _________________ was the principal author of the Declaration of Independence. A. George Washington B. Adam Smith C. Thomas Jefferson D. Montesquieu

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Thomas Jefferson was the principal author of the Declaration of Independence.

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