Test: AP Human Geography


The key religious divide between Scotland and England historically was __________.

that Scotland was largely Presbyterian, while England was largely Anglican

that Scotland was largely Lutheran, while England was largely Presbyterian

that Scotland was mostly Presbyterian, while England was mostly Scottish

that Scotland was entirely Catholic, while England was entirely Anglican

that Scotland was largely irreligious, while England was largely Catholic

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