New Mexico State History

How did the constitution most likely encourage immigration?


A. By guaranteeing individual rights and freedoms
B. By opening the nation to unlimited immigration
C. By enshrining the density of Manifest density
D. By promising land to all new citizens

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  1. Are you asking about the U.S. Constitution or the New Mexico Constitution?

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  2. I am talking about the New Mexico Constitution.

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  3. Thanks. What is your answer?

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  4. My answer is B.

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  5. How can a state constitution open the nation to immigration?

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