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The turning point or point of highest dramatic intensity is the ____. exposition conflict climax resolution
The turning point or point of highest dramatic intensity is the CLIMAX.
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The turning point or point of highest dramatic intensity is the CLIMAX.

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What one event led to a rapid increase in the production of cotton in the South? the invention of the reaper. the invention of the cotton gin. the westward expansion of the United States. the addition of immigration quotas.
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The invention of the cotton gin led to a rapid increase in the production of cotton in the South.
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Which of the following is not given as a characteristic of the slaves' lifestyle? Whipping was fairly common. Families were kept together. Most did not live a long time. Families were often broken up.
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Families were kept together it is not a characteristic of the slaves' lifestyle.
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Which statement is the most accurate concerning the life of a slave? They received a percentage of the profit from the crops they grew on the plantation. They were considered property; similar to a horse. Because they were an investment, they were treated with great dignity. They could come and go as they pleased.
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They were considered property; similar to a horse. -is the most accurate concerning the life of a slave.
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The Missouri Compromise allowed slaves north of the southern border of Missouri, but only in Missouri and allowed Maine to come in as a Free state.

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