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samifarooqi

  • 2 years ago

How did Elizabeth I protect her people?

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  1. samifarooqi
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    Identify any actions that endangered or compromised the well-being of the people.

  2. jrodriguez2315
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    Oh my she was a lonely woman with nothing to do. The queen had sex but not love and that's what made her love stronger for her people. Internally, she loved everyone and although she did not show it, it was her might that protected them all.

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