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The Muslim world was susceptible to European influence for all of the following reasons, except _____________. a. deficit spending c. declining economy b. political corruption d. rising nationalism
Weegy: he Muslim world was susceptible to European influence for all of the following reasons, except a. deficit spending (More)
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What type of government did France move towards under Francois Mitterand? a. Democratic c. Socialist b. Dictatorship d. Totalitarian
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Mitterrand invited the Communist Party into his first government, a controversial move at the time. In the event, the Communists were boxed in as junior partners and, rather than taking advantage, saw their support erode. They left the cabinet in 1984. Early in his first term, Mitterrand followed a radical economic program, including nationalization of key firms, but after two years, with the economy in crisis, he reversed course. His foreign and defense policies built on those of his Gaullist predecessors. His partnership with German Chancellor Helmut Kohl advanced European integration via the Maastricht Treaty, but he accepted German reunification only reluctantly. During his time in office he was a strong promoter of culture and implemented a range of costly "Grands Projets". He was twice forced by the loss of a parliamentary majority into "cohabitation governments" with conservative cabinets led, respectively, by Jacques Chirac (1986–88), and Édouard Balladur (1993–95). Less than 8 months after leaving office, Mitterrand died from the prostate cancer he had successfully concealed for most of his presidency.
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Which of the following best describes Germany’s economy at the end of the 20th century? a. Booming c. Stagnant b. Depression d. Roller Coaster
Weegy: Germany had a stagnant economy by the 1980s. (More)
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At the end of the 20th century, U.S. economy went into a boom cycle, but the budget still remained unbalanced True or false
Weegy: TRUE. At the end of the 20th century, U.S. economy went into a boom cycle, but the budget still remained unbalanced. (More)
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Simon Bolivar felt that Latin America could __________ unite. a. not c. struggle to b. easily d. never
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Simon Bolivar felt that Latin America could struggle to unite. Therefore the answer is c. struggle to
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