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Question 42 / 2 ptsThe __________ declared that all Virginians were entitled to all the rights of Englishmen and could only be taxed by their elected representatives. Suffolk Resolves Essex Decision Dred Scott DecisionCorrect!Virginia Resolves Declaration of Independence Question 52 / 2 ptsA major difference between the governments of the British colonies and those of other European nations was thatin other European colonies, people of mixed blood could serve. Question 6
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2 / 2 pts John Locke’s writings justified revolution in some cases. Correct! Question 70 / 2 ptsGeorge Grenville continued the policy of “salutary neglect” toward the American colonies. You Answered Question 82 / 2 ptsWhat was the main argument of the Declaration of the Rights and Grievances of the Colonies? Only the king could tax the colonies. Correct!The colonies could only be taxed by their representatives. They opposed the Proclamation of 1763 outlawing new colonies. They were independent of England. They were against King George III’s reinstatement of Catholicism as the official religion. Question 92 / 2 ptsAs England began to lose control of the colonies, the colonists began dividing themselves into pro- and anti-government organizations. These were theRepublicans and Democrats. Federalists and Anti-Federalists.
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Question 100 / 2 ptsThe Act passed by Parliament requiring the colonies to feed and house British troops was the Question 110 / 2 ptsWho introduced the resolution on July 2, 1776 in the Second Continental Congress declaring the colonies to be free and independent states? Question 120 / 2 ptsBritain’s adoption of mercantilist policies set it apart from other European powers of the seventeenth century.
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