The Committees of Correspondence were organized by Samuel Adams. a. True

The Committees of Correspondence were organized by Samuel Adams. a. True b. False

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True. In Massachusetts, in November 1772, Samuel Adams and Dr. Joseph Warren formed a committee in response to the Gaspée Affair and in relation to the recent British decision to have the salaries of the royal governor and judges be paid by the Crown rather than the colonial assembly.

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written constitution = after unification
During revolutions in 1848-1849, the Frankfurt Parliament had produced a constitution for a unified Germany, but that move was rejected at the time by the king of Prussia, to whom the constitution was offered. 

300 German states = before unification
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trade facilitated in the region = before unification
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risk of French aggression = before unification
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boundaries changed by Napoleon = before unification
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There was a legislature in the North German Confederation (1867-1870), which preceded unification.  But that was a single-house (unicameral) parliament, whereas the Reichstag (legislature) of the unified German Empire was bicameral.
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