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Which of the following is NOT a way that the diverse cultures of Europeans led to regional differences in the early colonies? a. Those who settled in New England began to define what it meant to be free in the United States. b. Those who settled in the Chesapeake region, and who had more aristocratic backgrounds, held a different sense of liberty. c. The Scots and Irish who settled in West Virginia often wanted nothing to do with authority. d. The settlers of the south were often the most willing to support a war against England.


"The fact that the Scots and Irish who migrated to West Virginia frequently disdained authority was not attributed to any particular cause, given that the distribution of laws and power was relatively equitable."