anonymous
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Why was the Magna Carta an important document? A. It gave the colonies the right to rule themselves. B. It gave Englishmen political rights. C. It promised the colonies their independence. D. It gave Englishmen the right to vote for the king.
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anonymous
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D. It gave Englishmen the right to vote for the king.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Oops its actually B. It gave Englishmen political rights.
Awolflover1
  • Awolflover1
The Magna Carta was an important document because it gave the Englishmen the right to vote for the king and paved the way and influenced the development of common law.

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anonymous
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actually it is b.. The englishers never voted for the king.. at the time of the magna carta the Nobles got together and forced the king to sign a treaty that made him follow the laws as well. It also gave Englishmen rights. so therefore its B.

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