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Question 24 Correct 4.00 points out of 4.00 Question 25 Correct 4.00 points out of 4.00 The Tea Act of 1773 Select one: a. followed a few years of relative calm between England and the American colonies. b. lowered the price of tea for American colonists. c. was intended to bene¡t a private British company. d. provided no new tax on tea. e. All these answers are correct. correct MC The Tea Act of 1773 Topic: Stirrings of Revolt Page: 101 For most Revolutionary American political thinkers, the concept of equality meantthat there should be equality of correct MC For most Revolutionary American political t... Topic: The Creation of State Governments Page: 124-125
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9/24/2018 Graded Midterm Exam 15/29 Question 26 Correct 4.00 points out of 4.00 Question 27Correct 4.00 points out of 4.00 In 1780, Massachusetts sought to revise the power of the governor by correct MC In 1780, Mas... Topic: The Creation of State Governments Page: 126 Which of the following took place during the ¡rst phase (1775–1776) of theRevolutionary War?
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9/24/2018 Graded Midterm Exam 16/29 Question 28CorrectIn early 1778, France 4.00 points out of 4.00 Select one:a. withdrew military naval support from the U.S., but continued to providemonetary assistance and supplies.b. expelled the colonies’ diplomats, including Benjamin Franklin, from Paris.c. agreed to give the Americans money and supplies, but withheld theirsoldiers.d. declared war on both England and Spain.e. recognized the United States as a sovereign nation to help prevent it fromabandoning the war effort. The correct answer is: recognized the United States as a sovereign nation to helpprevent it from abandoning the war effort. correct MC In early 1778, France Topic: The War for Independence Page: 114
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