19.According to the passage, Loyalism during the American Revolutionary War served the function of (A) eliminating the disputes that existed among those colonists who supported the rebel cause(B) drawing upper, as opposed to lower, socioeconomic classes away from
the rebel cause(C) tolerating the kinds of socioeconomic discontent that were not allowedto exist on the rebel side(D) channeling conflict that existed within a socioeconomic class into the war effort against the rebel cause(E) absorbing members of socioeconomic groups on the rebel side who felt themselves in contention with members of other socioeconomic groups 20.The passage suggests that the author would be likely to agree with which of the following statements about the social structure of eighteenth-century American society?I.It allowed greater economic opportunity than it did social mobility.II.It permitted greater economic opportunity prior to 1750 than after 1750. III. It did not contain rigidly defined socioeconomic divisions. IV. It prevented economic disputes from arising among members of the society. 21.It can be inferred from the passage that the author would be most likely toagree with which of the following statements regarding socioeconomic class and support for the rebel and Loyalist causes during the American Revolutionary War?
22.The author suggests which of the following about the representativeness of colonial or state governments in America from 1763 to 1789? 1763.
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