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true or false The Jones Act was an early 1900s statute that provided the Philippines more control over its government.
TRUE. The Jones Act was an early 1900s statute that provided the Philippines more control over its government.
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TRUE. The Jones Act was an early 1900s statute that provided the Philippines more control over its government.

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