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How did new ideas of liberty contribute to tensions between the social classes in the American colonies?

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Anonymous427753 | 17/10 2018 06:10
New ideas of liberty threatened the upper class's sense of nobility because the new mindset was that everyone is equal and nobody should have power over each other. Most of the wealth was in the upper class and most of the land as well. New ideas threatened this system
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Answer #2 | 24/09 2015 03:10
No... he would be two years old by the time the war ended... Unless you believe a two year old hiding around in the jungle shooting people
Positive: 57.142857142857 %
Answer #3 | 23/09 2015 20:10
No... he would be two years old by the time the war ended... Unless you believe a two year old hiding around in the jungle shooting people
Positive: 50 %
Answer #4 | 23/09 2015 20:09
Yes, he devised and led the Tet Offensive.
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Answer #5 | 24/09 2015 03:09
Yes, he devised and led the Tet Offensive.
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Answer #6 | 24/09 2015 03:29
The Vietnam War started two years before he was born. By the end of the war he was about 18 years old.
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Answer #7 | 23/09 2015 20:29
The Vietnam War started two years before he was born. By the end of the war he was about 18 years old.
Positive: 20 %

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