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Which best describes the Virginia Company’s advertising campaign to English citizens in the early 1600s?

It described how colonization of Virginia was an act of war against the indigenous peoples, resulting in citizens refusing to invest in the company.
It described how colonization of the New World was against God’s will, resulting in citizen protests against the English monarchy.
It described how colonization of India would bring wealth to anyone involved, giving rise to citizens volunteering for expeditions.
It described how colonization of the New World would help England expand its empire, encouraging citizens to invest in the company.
Is it the first one?

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  1. idk i was hoping you would know

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  2. matthew same

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  3. and here I am hoping you guys would too :')

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  4. I know I'm kind of late, but it would be D, not A.
    :)

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