During the 18th century colonial assemblies question

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Question 35 (2 points)During the 18th century colonial assemblies ______.Question 35 options:lost their power to appropriate taxes. included both men and women. expanded their power and influence.were appointed by the king.
SaveQuestion 36 (2 points)Colonial governors possessed the right to veto legislation passed by the colonial assemblies.
SaveQuestion 37 (2 points)Thomas Paine's Common Sense asserted that _______.
SaveQuestion 38 (2 points)How did the Enlightenment hasten the end to British colonial rule?
SaveQuestion 39 (2 points)George Whitefield became famous for his ________.Question 39 options:oratorical ability and emotional sermons.religious treatises.philosophical arguments.rejection of Anglicanism.
SaveQuestion 40 (2 points)What were the consequences of the Great Awakening?
SaveQuestion 41 (2 points)Bacon's Rebellion stemmed from __________.
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Nathaniel Bacon and his followers wanted _________.
SaveQuestion 43 (2 points)Bacon's Rebellion led to _______.Question 43 options:offensive campaigns against the Indians.lower taxes.a major jump in the enslaved population.both B and C.all of the above.
SaveQuestion 44 (2 points)
The French and Indian War began primarily over _________.
SaveQuestion 45 (2 points)How did George Washington help bring about the French and Indian War?
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