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No property qualifications for holding office were one part of which document? A. 1776 PA Constitution B. Declaration of Independence C. Bill of Rights D. Dunmore Proclamation
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User: No property qualifications for holding office were one part of which document? A. 1776 PA Constitution B. Declaration of Independence C. Bill of Rights D. Dunmore Proclamation

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