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Why did Hamilton want to establish a national bank? A. He wanted the capital moved to Washington, D.C. B. He thought it was a good compromise between his original plan and what others wanted. C. He believed in strong state governments. D. He believed it would help the country's financial problems.
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User: Why did Hamilton want to establish a national bank? A. He wanted the capital moved to Washington, D.C. B. He thought it was a good compromise between his original plan and what others wanted. C. He believed in strong state governments. D. He believed it would help the country's financial problems.

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User: Use the chart to answer the question. Which battle was a British victory? Date Battle Result April 19, 1775 Lexington-Concord Began the Revolution December 26, 1776 Trenton Washington captured the Hessian forces stationed here with minimum casualties. September 11, 1777 Brandywine British victory drove Washington and army to Philadelphia. September 19, 1777 Saratoga (Freeman's Farm) Burgoyne gained control of the farm for the British but suffered significant casualties. October 7, 1777 Saratoga British forces surrendered to the Americans, which was a turning point of the war. June 8, 1778 Monmouth Courthouse Americans won and prevented more troops from joining the British in Philadelphia. September 28, 1781 Siege of Yorktown Americans, supported by the French, defeated British and won the war. A. Brandywine B. Yorktown C. Monmouth Courthouse D. Trenton

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What event would cause the First Continental Congress to meet again? A. If George Washington said they should meet B. If Georgia requested a meeting C. If the British left America D. If their demands weren't met
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The event that would cause the First Continental Congress to meet again is: If their demands weren't met.
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What event would cause the First Continental Congress to meet again? A. If George Washington said they should meet B. If Georgia requested a meeting C. If the British left America D. If their demands weren't met
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Where did many loyalists go after the war? A. Canada B. New England C. The Deep South D. Pennsylvania
Weegy: Many loyalists went to Canada after the war. User: How many states ratified the Constitution right away? A. 1 B. 13 C. 5 D. 9 Weegy: The Constitution was ratified on June 21, 1788. User: Question 4 of 20 : Select the best answer for the question. 4. Which act declared British taxing authority in the colonies was the same as its authority in Great Britain? A. The Intolerable Acts B. The Townshend Act C. The Stamp Act D. The Declaratory Acts Weegy: The Declaratory Act declared British taxing authority in the colonies was the same as its authority in Great Britain. User: What was the three-fifths compromise? A. Three-fifths of the national population would own slaves. B. A slave would count as three-fifths of a person when paying taxes. C. Three-fifths of the states needed to approve the Constitution. D. A slave would count as three-fifths of a person when counting population for representation. (More)
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The three-fifths compromise is a slave would count as three-fifths of a person when counting population for representation.
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