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23 January, 07:05

Why did the Plymouth Colony become part of the Massachusetts Bay Colony? A. It needed to form an alliance against the local Indians. B. It wanted to increase its surplus production of crops. C. It was much smaller and lacked a binding charter. D. It hoped to strengthen its resistance to the Church of England.

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  1. 23 January, 07:52
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    C. It was much smaller and lacked a binding charter

    im not sure if this is correct, it may be B as well, but this one made more sence to me.
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