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11 June, 00:21

Which of the following was not a notable feature of the sixteenth-century Spanish America? A. Indians were compelled to work, either as slaves or as wage laborers, in gold and silver mines or on large haciendas. B. The Spanish crown took initially little interest in the administration of colonial affairs. C. A Black Legend regarding the harshness of Spanish colonial rule spread across the Atlantic world. D. A blending of Indian and Spanish culture gradually took root.

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  1. 11 June, 01:52
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    Option: B. The Spanish crown took initially little interest in the administration of colonial affairs.

    Explanation:

    In the 16th century, the Spanish colonies like Mexico City, Lima, and Vera Cruz were producing goods for their consumption rather than depending on trading with Spain, which took a long time to reach the colonies. The Spanish crown wanted the colonies to remain as colonies and depended upon their motherland. So, it would be wrong to say that the Spanish crown little interest in the colonies.
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