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10. What was the Reign of Terror in France? A. A time of extreme violence and mob rule during the French Revolution B. The reign of the king before the French Revolution C. The reign of Napoleon after the French Revolution D. A time of reason and rule of the people during the French Revolution
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User: 10. What was the Reign of Terror in France? A. A time of extreme violence and mob rule during the French Revolution B. The reign of the king before the French Revolution C. The reign of Napoleon after the French Revolution D. A time of reason and rule of the people during the French Revolution

Weegy: The Reign of Terror in France was: A time of extreme violence and mob rule during the French Revolution.
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User: What happened to the Mandan village after the Lewis and Clark expedition? A. They were invaded by American soldiers. B. A fort was established and many were killed by disease. C. They left the village and moved farther west. D. They prospered due to trade with the Americans at the fort.

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A fort was established and many were killed by disease- is what happened to the Mandan village after the Lewis and Clark expedition.
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