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'' Which of the following was Daniel Webster speaking of when declared, ''Liberty and Union, now and forever, on and inseparable!"?

A. Regional differences
B. International differences
C. Improved transportation
D. Improved industry

I got, D. Is that correct?

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asked by Bbyboo
  1. That answer is not correct.

    You ca find the correct answer at the following site.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daniel_Webster

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    posted by Steve
  2. You didn't even spell history right and no, it is not D it is... wait... Why would I tell you?

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    posted by Vince
  3. Histroy

    Who's troy?

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  4. Its not A, I know that it was definitely not D either. So have fun!

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    posted by blake
  5. you people are pathetic

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    posted by lol
  6. Guys, be nice he just needs help but personally I think he should do this one himself... also it's not Histroy it's History..

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    posted by Diana
  7. wow, jeez, you guys are mean! leave him alone, it was a typo. And btw, I did this quiz, the answer is A. thwipt.

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  8. oh my goodness you guys act like you never type to fast and mess up on a word. the answer is A. sheesh you guys are part of the reason the world is as harsh as it is...

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  9. too*

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