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Mayhew would probably apply his warning, “not use our liberty for a  cloak of maliciousness” to  C) Bacon’s Rebellion What was the context in which Mayhew was writing?  B) opposition to  British rule of the colonies was increasing The slave population was a big part of the population growth because  people needed cheap labor forces for their agriculture in the south. B) Other sources of immigrants other than africa were from Germany and Ireland.  C) The different groups of immigrants moving into the Middle colonies helped increase  diversity, which then increased religious toleration, and then the diversity of political  view, and so on.      2.   Agriculture in the southern colonies was very important. Large plantations relied on slave  labor and shipped crops like tobacco,rice, and indigo straight to England.  B)  C) One limitation that was placed on the colonial economy was that of the import tariffs  that were implemented by the British. This limitation allowed the British to control the prices of  commonly used goods, which would then be used as revolts.      3. The main idea of the first passage is the need for college, and the opposition the other 
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  • Fall '17
  • Mr. Donald
  • Chapter 3, Short Answer, Multiple Choice , mid 18th century, late 17th Century, John John AMSCO, Think As A Historian, Zenger case

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