Question 272 out of 2 points Thomas Jefferson believed Indians could be the

Question 272 out of 2 points thomas jefferson

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Question 272 out of 2 pointsThomas Jefferson believed Indians could be the equal of whites if they abandoned their communal ideas of land ownership.Answers: Selected Answer:TrueTrueFalse Question 28 2 out of 2 points Which of the following groups tended to be Anti-Federalist during the ratification debates?Answers:
Rural residents closely tied to the commercial marketplace. d. Urban artisans, laborers, and sailors. e. Merchants engaged in foreign commerce. Question 29 2 out of 2 points The U.S. Constitution of 1787 was America’s first written constitution.Answers: Question 302 out of 2 pointsBy banning the importation of slaves by 1808 with the Constitution, what did critics of slavery hope to accomplish?Answers: Question 31 2 out of 2 points Which of the following people would have been the most likely supporter of the
Articles of Confederation?Answers: Selected Answer:d.An indebted farmer in western Massachusetts.a.A person who owned a bond issued by the Congress.b.An urban artisan.c.A merchant desiring access to British markets.d.An indebted farmer in western Massachusetts.e.A Continental army officer from the Revolutionary War. Question 32 2 out of 2 points What did the Northwest Territory border on?Answers: Question 33 2 out of 2 points What qualifications did the Constitution, ratified in 1787, impose for voting?Answers:
banned women. b. It imposed a property requirement. c. It specifically banned African-Americans from voting. d. It allowed all white males over twenty-one to vote and said nothing about women. e. None; it left voting rules to the states.

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