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Who was the British monarch when the colonists declared independence in 1776? A. King George III B. King James I C. King Louis IV D. King George IV
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User: Who was the British monarch when the colonists declared independence in 1776? A. King George III B. King James I C. King Louis IV D. King George IV

Weegy: King George III was the British monarch when the colonists declared independence in 1776.



User: Define popular sovereignty. A. government powers are limited by the popularity of the elected leaders B. government is intended only to serve and protect the people C. government powers should be divided into three branches: executive, legislative, and judicial D. government only exists and functions with the consent of the people being governed

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Popular sovereignty means government only exists and functions with the consent of the people being governed.

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