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SAT® Subject Test in U.S. History

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Shays' Rebellion Effects

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The MOST important effect of Shays' Rebellion was that it convinced a large number of American leaders that

A

Native American attacks were a constant threat to domestic tranquility.

B

the federal government was too weak and could not handle issues of internal dissension.

C

the federal military forces were too strong and independent and needed to be brought under control.

D

slavery should be legal nation-wide in order to decrease the likelihood of revolts by the poor.

E

the federal government needed to do more to protect states' rights.