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Who designed the District of Columbia? A. William Clark B. Pierre Charles L'Enfant C. Thomas Jefferson D. Meriwether Lewis
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User: Who designed the District of Columbia? A. William Clark B. Pierre Charles L'Enfant C. Thomas Jefferson D. Meriwether Lewis

Weegy: Pierre Charles L'Enfant designed the District of Columbia.
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User: What were activists trying to reform? A. Nature B. Churches C. Prisons D. Native American tribes

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