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Why did French colonies have trouble attracting new French colonists? A. The French colonies didn't have enough land to handle a large population. B. Potential colonists didn't want to do the hard work of clearing land and feared Native American raids. C. The cost of a boat ride to the colonies was too expensive for French people. D. French people were needed at home in France to fight wars in Europe.
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Potential colonists didn't want to do the hard work of clearing land and feared Native American raids is why French colonies had trouble attracting new French colonists.
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