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3 . “ The ordinary means therefore to increase our wealth and treasure is by Foreign Trade, wherein wee must ever observe this rule; to sell more to strangers yearly than wee consume of theirs in value” Source: Thomas Mun, England’s Treasures by Foreign Trade, c Thomas Mun’s observations are consistent with?:

4 . “ The ordinary means therefore to increase our wealth and treasure is by Foreign Trade, wherein wee must ever observe this rule; to sell more to strangers yearly than wee consume of theirs in value” Source: Thomas Mun, England’s Treasures by Foreign Trade, c Thomas Mun’s observations are consistent with?: Laissez-Faire economics Colonialism policies Mercantilism policies Manorialism Economics

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9 The Mercator projection map pictured above was tailored to aid A. Explorers as they circumnavigated the globe by going south from Europe B. Traders in the Indian Ocean trade circuits C. Overland travelers on the Silk Road D. European traders on the Atlantic Ocean

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16 “I do not feel obliged to believe that the same god who has endowed us with senses, reason, and intellect has intended to forego their use and by some other means to give us knowledge which we can attain by them.” The quote above from Galileo’s “Letter to the Grand Duchess Christiana” in 1615 most directly reflects a belief in Scholasticism Humanism Roman Catholicism mercantilism


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