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At the Constitutional Convention, what was the name given to the plan that took elements of both the New Jersey and Virginia plans? A. The United States Plan B. The Constitutional Plan C. The Compromise Plan D. The Great Compromise
At the Constitutional Convention, the Great Compromise was the name given to the plan that took elements of both the New Jersey and Virginia plans.
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9. How did William Penn's treatment of Native Americans differ from the Puritans' treatment? A. Penn treated native people with respect and paid a fair price for their land. B. Penn ignored the native people unless they interfered with colonial goals. C. Penn offered to make native people full citizens with voting rights. D. Penn enslaved local native people.
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William Penn's treatment of Native Americans differ from the Puritans' treatment: Penn treated native people with respect and paid a fair price for their land.
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11. How did William Penn's treatment of Native Americans differ from the Puritans' treatment? A. Penn ignored the native people unless they interfered with colonial goals. B. Penn offered to make native people full citizens with voting rights. C. Penn treated native people with respect and paid a fair price for their land. D. Penn enslaved local native people.
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