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Which of the following best describes the Quartering Act? A. The Quartering Act abolished any elected councils and outlawed public meetings unless they took place at an annual meeting called by the governor. B. The Quartering Act allowed Roman Catholics to practice their faith freely and hold office, so long as they swore allegiance to the king. C. The Quartering Act allowed the governor of Massachusetts to move any trial to a different colony or to England, so friends of the defendant were not members of the jury. D. The Quartering Act allowed British
soldiers to be housed in private commercial properties, like inns, at the expense of the owners.
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The Quartering Acts ordered the local governments of the American colonies to provide housing and provisions for British soldiers in private commercial properties. - best describes the Quartering Act.
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