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Which statement best reflects the purpose of the New England Confederacy? Select the best answer from the choices provided There is no strength in numbers. Each man is an island. All for one, one for all. Trust in the king above all.
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please help
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anonymous
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Im thinking geez this is a weird question
anonymous
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oh lol i can guess on that one and give u the next one if u want
anonymous
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I think c but idk
anonymous
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my gut says c
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The United Colonies of New England, commonly known as the New England Confederation, was a short-lived military alliance of the English colonies of Massachusetts Bay, Plymouth, Connecticut, and New Haven.
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ok ok C got it
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next one Modern-day town hall meetings are influenced by _____. Select the best answer from the choices provided meetinghouses compacts elections republics
anonymous
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D most are republicans but wtf kind of class is this
anonymous
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hehehe american history
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dear god
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lmao, its 8th grade american history
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Not a fan of it
anonymous
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me neither, im a fan of science and math, but this
anonymous
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Which conflict reflects the New Englanders’ fear of change? Select the best answer from the choices provided King Phillip’s War Pequot War City Upon a Hill sermon Salem Witchcraft Trials
anonymous
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it's only been about 3 years since I was in the 8th grade why can't I remember these stupid questions your questions are evil .-.
anonymous
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lmao ikr
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@paki you help I can't i feel stupid :'(
anonymous
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no ur not ur really smart unlike me im taking course recovery
anonymous
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you have to do that in middle school o.o
anonymous
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yes u do, im doing it right meow lol
anonymous
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and idky ppl think I am smart I know of certain things but not everything lol someone in my school said I should go to Harvard uhh like no dumb that down to community college please. and Cats are cute omg
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@BloomLocke367 and @coolman500 help us please
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paki is here yay hi paki :D
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hi paki
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posting a reply that is not relevant to the topic of the question is against the code of conduct of open study....
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ok.......
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what's ur question....?

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