What was the overall end result of the Mexican War of 1846 1848 A Mexico was

What was the overall end result of the mexican war of

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51.What was the overall end result of the Mexican War of 1846-1848? A.Mexico was forced to cede California to the U.S. B. The U.S. and Mexico signed a non-aggression pact.C. Mexico gave up California and the U.S. gave up Baja California.D. Mexico paid the U.S. $5 million for war damages.E. The U.S. signed a pledge to not invade Mexico again. The Mexican War (1846–1848) resulted in Mexico ceding California and a large part of the West to the United States. Refer Exhibit 3.1-Territorial Expansion of United States from 1783.52.The idea of Manifest Destiny was used to justify the U.S. annexation of _____. The idea of Manifest Destiny was used to justify the U.S. annexation of Texas, Oregon, New Mexico, and California and, later, U.S. involvement in Cuba, Alaska, Hawaii, and the Philippines. 53.In 1464, the French royal mail service was established by _____.
54.Manifest Destiny and the _____ were accepted as the basis for U.S. foreign policy during much of the 19thand 20thcenturies. 55.In 1600, _____ were brought from South America to Europe, where they quickly spread tothe rest of world and become a staple of agricultural production. A. tomatoes B.potatoesC. shallotsD. peanutsE. eggplantsIn 1600, potatoes were brought from South America to Europe, where they quickly spread tothe rest of world and become a staple of agricultural production. 56.In the context of U.S. foreign policy in the 19th and the 20th centuries, _____, in its broadest interpretation, meant that Americans were a chosen people ordained by God to create a model society.
57.The Manifest Destiny specifically referred to the:

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