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1. The cotton gin changed agriculture in the South by (1 point) simplifying the planting process. making cotton the dominant crop. combining cotton and wheat farms. encouraging textile factory construction
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In December of 1941, President Franklin D. Roosevelt announced that the United States had declared war on Japan. The event that led to this decision was Japan's A. invasion of Poland. B. use of internment camps. C. bombing of Pearl Harbor. D. attack on the U.S.S.R.

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2. William Lloyd Garrison’s The Liberator was known for appealing to its readers’ sense of (1 point) moral correctness. modern convenience. economic concern. social status. 3. In the late 1840s, what led to the question of whether slavery should expand to the territories? (1 point) the enactment of the Wilmot Proviso the violence of “Bleeding Kansas” the results of the Mexican War the attack at Harpers Ferry
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