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John Jay served the United States in all of the following ways EXCEPT A. as Supreme Court chief justice. B. as secretary of the treasury. C. as U.S. Ambassador to Spain, Great Britain, and France. D. as governor of the State of New York.
John Jay served the United States in all of the following ways EXCEPT: as secretary of the treasury.
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John Jay served the United States in all of the following ways EXCEPT: as secretary of the treasury.
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