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What was a provision of the Magna Carta? A. A step toward providing nobles with legislative authority B. King's power expanded C. Trial by jury of peers D. Expanded rights to all English citizens
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User: What was a provision of the Magna Carta? A. A step toward providing nobles with legislative authority B. King's power expanded C. Trial by jury of peers D. Expanded rights to all English citizens

Weegy: Trial by jury of peers was a provision of the Magna Carta.
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User: Which one of the following provisions was part of the first draft of the Articles of Confederation submitted to the Second Continental Congress but not in the final version? A. A strong central government B. No right for the federal government to levy taxes C. Government control over the unsettled western lands D. Representation by states in government based on population

Weegy: A strong central government was part of the first draft of the Articles of Confederation submitted to the Second Continental Congress but not in the final version.
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User: Great Britain required more taxation from the colonies because of which event? A. Boston Massacre B. French and Indian War C. Boston Tea Party 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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