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What advantage of colonies in the South was not shared by New England farmers? (A) Unlike the South, New England lacked ability to use slave labor. (B) Unlike the South, there was a lack of labor available to work in agriculture in New England. (C) Unlike the South, strict Puritan laws limited the type of agriculture allowed in New England. (D) Unlike the South, New England soil did not permit the growth of large quantities of cash crops. (E) Unlike the south, New England colonial charters did not allow for high-volume agriculture.

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chasegarza11

One advantage of colonies in the South that was not shared by New England farmers was that "(D) Unlike the South, New England soil did not permit the growth of large quantities of cash crops," since this was why the North was far more merchant-based than the South. 

BeataStezzi458

Unlike the South, New England soil did not permit the growth of large quantities of cash crops. Answer: D

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