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The purpose of the British Declaratory Act of 1766 was to A. place taxes on all British goods imported into the colonies. B. proclaim the right of Britain to pass laws regulating the colonies. C. establish British fur-trading rights with the Indians. D. repeal the Stamp Act.

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  1. danysanchy97
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    @PrincessHush

  2. danysanchy97
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    is it D or A?

  3. anonymous
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    a

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    i think

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    (3 pt) Which are characteristics of humanism? A. emphasis on belief in the power of scientific inquiry and confidence in experimentation B. stress on a literal interpretation of the Bible and confidence in medieval scholarship C. stress on the wisdom of the classics, belief in the dignity of humans, and confidence in human potential D. belief in the value of humility, stress on religious devotion, and confidence in the wisdom of the church fathers

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    can somebody help me?

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    (fast)

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    please

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    i think it's d

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    |dw:1444295836276:dw|

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    it is b FROM MY RESEARCH

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    b? hmm

  13. danysanchy97
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    @PrincessHush can you please help me on my question?

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    wait can somebody help me plzz

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    nevermind

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    The Declaratory Act, which was passed by the British Parliament in 1766, stated that Parliament had the right to legislate for the colonies in all cases whatsoever. The purpose of the Act was to reassert Parliament's right of control over the colonies. The British thought that such an action was necessary, since, by 1766, they had repealed both the Sugar Act of 1764 and the Stamp Act of 1765, due to colonial opposition. Parliament was worried that, by repealing those two acts in the face of colonial disconent, they appeared weak. The Declaratory Act was meant to show strength to the colonies. So B @danysanchy97

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