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The escaped slave who started an abolitionist newspaper was

William Lloyd Garrison

Without Bessemer process, Americans might not have been able to create
a. train engines
b. sewing machines
c. the Morse code
d. the Brooklyn Bridge


According to the Great Compromise, the number of representatives in the Senate would be
a. the same number for every state
b. based on a state's population
c. two for large states, and one for small states
d. affected by the size of a state's enslaved population



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    I found two possible answers for the first one.


    I agree with your second answer.

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    is the first one wrong
    is the second one D?

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