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danysanchy97

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PLEASE HELP ME Regarding the Magna Carta, which statement is false? A. King John was forced to sign the document. B. The document required trial by a jury of one's peers. C. The meeting of the English Barons and King John occurred at Runnymede. D. The document assured all English citizens freedom of speech.

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  1. danysanchy97
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    @ColeBarnett

  2. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    ok let me think

  3. anonymous
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    I Think the answer is A

  4. anonymous
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    It is not A it is D The answer is D because the document spoke of nobles rights and obligations and the king's rights and obligations toward them, not toward all Englishmen. Also, the nobles likely cared less for the common folk than Ol' King John.

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    • one year ago
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    d

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