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Why was the House of Burgesses important? A. It decided who in Massachusetts could vote and who could not. B. It represented everyone in all of the colonies. C. It was the earliest representative assembly in the European colonies. D. It made all the laws for Virginia until 1800.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
If you know what the House of Burgesses is you can see how it was a prototype for the type or governmental system that the US currently has. That is a number of politicians representing their constituents in a place where they can meet and discuss issues that affect them all, and come to a decision that will most benefit them. So why was it important? think about this. The articles of confederation : The Constitution::The house of burgesses : Congress

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