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Soon after the Columbian Exchange began, European ships carried potatoes from the Americas to Europe. Which was an intentional consequence of that action? A. People in northern and western Europe started planting and eating potatoes as an important source of nutrition. B. Over a million Irish died in the famine that resulted when the Irish potato crop, the major source of food and income for Irish farmers, was destroyed by a blight. C. Potatoes replaced wheat and barley as profitable crops in central and southern Europe. D. Europeans

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  1. anonymous
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    D. Europeans boycotted potatoes as a means of showing their disapproval with the working conditions of native laborers.

  2. anonymous
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    I'm thinking C. Because they had so many potatoes it became a major crop.

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    YaY thank you

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    Welcome!

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