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12 January, 17:47

Why is the mayflower significant?

A) It was the first written document forbidding colonists from voting directly on laws.

B) it was the first document that did not recognize citizen's right

C) it was the first written expression of citizen's rights by the colonists

D) it was the first government documents not created by the colonists

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  1. 12 January, 18:49
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    C the Mayflower compact was the first document to have a direct democracy which means the people voted first hand
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