What lit the fuse that prompted the explosion for Mexican independence Select

What lit the fuse that prompted the explosion for

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What lit the fuse that prompted the explosion for Mexican independence? Select one: a. The American Independence War b. SImon Bolivar's campaign across the continent c. The Treaty of Tordesillas d. The Spaniards Armada's defeat at the hands of the British
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Question 24 Not answered Points out of 1.00 Question 25 Not answered Points out of 1.00 Question 26 Not answered Points out of 1.00 To this day, which state can supposedly legally "opt out" or secede from the US if they want? Select one: a. Alaska b. Hawaii c. Texas d. New Mexico What current US-Mexico situation will probably be the ‘straw that breaks the camels back’, and may finally lead to a wall being built? Select one: a. Pollution b. Drugs/drug cartel/gang violence c. Illegal immigration d. Maquilodoras zones How does the oil-spigot getting shut off during the 1973 Oil Embargo relate back to Mexico? Select one: a. Mexico and the US teamed up to get Arab countries to cut them a deal on cheaper oil. b. The US invested millions in Mexico’s developing oil industry to get more oil out of them faster c. Arab countries begged Mexico to start producing more to keep the oil industry afloat. d. Mexico decided to start sending oil to Arab countries e. Arab countries began to set up drills in Mexico, and paid Mexico millions to allow it
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Question 27 Not answered Points out of 1.00 Question 28 Not answered Points out of 1.00 Question 29 Not answered Points out of 1.00 A large chunk of the Mexican population can be found in and around Mexico City. Where are you most likely to find the next biggest concentration of Mexican peeps? Select one: a. The Maquilladoras zone b. There is no other chunk, everyone else is in small villages across the country c. Along coastal areas d. Near the Mexican/Guatemalan border When the Spanish arrived at what we consider Mexico City, it was the ___________ city they had EVER seen. Select one: a. dirtiest b. prettiest c. most diverse d. most inhumane (human sacrifice) e. largest What were the Zapatistas fighting for? Select one: a. Right to vote b. Equal wages c. Workers rights d. Better human rights e. Land reform
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Question 30 Not answered Points out of 1.00 ◄ Quiz 6 Quiz 8 ► Mexico City is located… Select one: a. In the rainforest b. At sea level c. On a high plateau d. On the Caribbean coast Jump to...
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