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Which two of the following created a favorable climate for change in Canada? The United States was growing in power. Russia was growing in powers. England was changing its attitude towards colonies. France was changing its attitude towards colonies.
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anonymous
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I am pretty sure it's A, because England hadn't changed it's attitude towards other colonies that fast
justuu
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Which \(\Huge\cal\color{Pink}{two}\) of the following created a favorable climate for change in Canada? The United States was growing in power. Russia was growing in powers. England was changing its attitude towards colonies. France was changing its attitude towards colonies.

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anonymous
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Ah that makes more sense, now that I think about it, this must be A and C because of the countries wanting to gain independence from England :)
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Thank you
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Good Job!

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