What gave the continental congress the right to speak
for the united colonies?
a
the right of citizens to express their opinions was part of english common law.
b.
representatives from all the colonies had voting rights in the congress.
c.
delegates to the congress were the most important men in their colonies.
d.
the main goal of the participants was to resist or protest british policies.

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To establish security and stability for the nations of Europe

Explanation:

The answer is C.

The main goal of the participants in Shays Rebellion was to prevent the trial and imprisonment of citizens in debt. The participants where mainly poor farmers that were threatened with the loss of their property and imprisonment. In the summer of 1786, western Massachusetts farmers took direct action against debtors courts.

d i think

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The answer is C.

The answer is C.

B

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B

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