Which of these was true of society in the Spanish and Portuguese American coloni

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A. The three main racial groups rarely mixed
B. Interracial unions were common
C. Mixed-race individuals were able to rise to high positions
D. Peninsulares never married in the colonies

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School: Carnegie Mellon University

C. Mixed-race individuals were able to rise to high positions

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