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The age of enlightenment coincided with the America Revolution, during which time the people asked, A. "Why should we follow British rule " B. "Who will make our new laws " C. "Who will lead us in our cause " D. "What will happen after the war "
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User: The age of enlightenment coincided with the America Revolution, during which time the people asked, A. "Why should we follow British rule " B. "Who will make our new laws " C. "Who will lead us in our cause " D. "What will happen after the war "

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User: Ben Franklin opened the first public library, founded the University of Pennsylvania, and Published his own newspaper. What can we conclude about Franklin's Values? A. He valued Self esteem. B. He valued self reliance. C. he valued self improvement. D. he valued self employment.

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