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14 April, 18:59

Which of the following was a positive effect of the increased power of the federal government experienced by the population of the North?

A.

People enjoyed free land provided by the Homestead Act if they relocated west.

B.

Citizens were able to afford more things due to the large amounts of paper money printed.

C.

Citizens could speak out against the war more freely due to expanded First Amendment protection.

D.

Families had more money since the government lowered taxes.

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  1. 14 April, 19:53
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    Out of the given options, one positive effect of the increased power of the federal government experienced by the population of the North was that people enjoyed free land provided by the Homestead Act if they relocated west.

    Answer: Option A

    Explanation:

    The Homestead Act purpose was to increase the in-habitation of the United States citizens in the western part of the U. S. Most northerners moved to west seeking 160 acres of free land. People that inhabited this region got engaged in occupations like agriculture, ranching, etc.

    President Abraham Lincoln accepted the Household Act, in May 20, 1862. The act, one of the most important laws in the United States, led the West to expand and permitted citizens of all lifestyles including former slaves, women and immigrants to become landowners.
  2. 14 April, 20:05
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    B) Citizens were able to afford more things due to the large amounts of paper money printed (I think so)
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