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How were the reigns of James I and Charles I different from those of the Tudors before them?

A.James I and Charles I clashed with Parliament.
B.James I and Charles I eliminated heavy taxes.
C.James I and Charles I supported the Protestants.
D.James I and Charles I did not believe in the divine right of kings.

Which Enlightenment thinker believed most strongly that women should enjoy the same rights as men?

A.Locke

B.Rousseau

C.Voltaire

D.Wollstonecraft

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  1. Someone who knows English history will be able to check your answers if you post what you think.

  2. Really your supposed to be a teacher UGH!!!

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