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What was the cause of Shays’ Rebellion? A. Daniel Shays was opposed to the Articles of Confederation and led riots. B. Land was not available for new farmers so Daniel Shays led a rebellion against the national government. C. British soldiers were attacking farmers in Massachusetts so Daniel Shays led a rebellion against the king. D. Riots broke out after Daniel Shays requested help from the state government to keep his farm and was refused.

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