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Question 20 Correct 4.00 points out of 4.00 Question 21Correct 4.00 points out of 4.00 Question 22Correct 4.00 points out of 4.00 Question 23 Correct 4.00 points out of 4.00 The colonial boycott of tea in 1773 Select one:a. was based on colonists’ anger at having to pay a new tax.b. involved relatively small numbers of people.c. was led in large part by women, who were the primary consumers of tea. d. had little ±nancial effect on England.e. resulted in the arrest of the Daughters of Liberty.correctMC The colonial boycott of tea in 1773The correct answer is: was led in large part by women, who were the primary consumers of tea. Topic: Stirrings of Revolt Page: 102 In North America during the eighteenth century, French relations with the Indians differed from that of the English inthat they The Townshend Duties of 1767 correct MC The Townshend Duties of 1767 Topic: Stirrings of Revolt Page: 97 The British badly overestimated:
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10/6/2019 Graded Midterm Exam 7/10 Question 24Correct 4.00 points out of 4.00 Question 25Correct 4.00 points out of 4.00 Question 26 Correct 4.00 points out of 4.00 Question 27 Correct 4.00 points outof 4.00In 1775, the Conciliatory Propositions Select one:a. called on Parliament to reduce taxes for the sake of colonial peace.b. saw Parliament agree to the terms of the First Continental Congress.c. were issued as an appeal by the British government to colonial moderates. d. temporarily reduced tensions in the colonies.e. forced Parliament to send more troops to Boston.correctMC In 1775, the Conciliatory PropositionsTopic: Cooperation and WarPage: 103The correct answer is: were issued as an appeal by the British government to colonial moderates.
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