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How did the views of native americans and Europeans differ in terms of property ownership? a. native americans believed land could be owned and sold by individuals; Europeans considered most land to be common ground for all to use. b. native americans and Europeans had similar views on property ownership. c. native americans considered most land to be common ground for all to use, while Europe's wealthiest owned most of the available land. d. native americans believed that land ownership could be passed down only within the family; Europeans did not.

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Europeans and native Americans definitely did not have the same view of the land. Native Americans did not really "own" the land - they used it, but they didn't claim it for themselves only- it was a common property of the Earth(people, nature) The correct answer is: c. native Americans considered most land to be common ground for all to use, while Europe's wealthiest owned most of the available land.

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