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During what period of time did global interdependence first emerge? A. World War and Revolutions period B. Prehistoric Age C. Modern Age D. Age of Interdependence
Weegy: Answer is: "A. World War and Revolutions" User: What does sovereign mean? A. expertise to solve the problems of other countries B. power to declare war when a country sees fit C. ability of a country to control its own affairs and function independently D. desire to be free but unable to do so due to weak military Weegy: What does sovereign mean? C. ability of a country to control its own affairs and function independently User: What happened in the world between 1900 and 1950? A. a depression and U.S. civil war B. two world wars C. collapse of the Soviet Union D. start of the Cold War Weegy: B. two world wars User: What was the Cold War? A. a war fought in Antarctica B. an attempt by the Soviet Union to invade the U.S. through Canada C. a period of difficult relations between the U.S. and the Soviet Union D. the nickname for the battle fought during World War II Weegy: C. a period of difficult relations between the U.S. and the Soviet Union was the cold war. (More)
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What is the most common form of government in the world today? A. presidential system B. legislative system C. parliamentary system D. socialist system
Weegy: A. presidential system User: Who was the first elected President of Russia? A. Boris Yeltsin B. Vladimir Putin C. Mikhail Gorbachev D. Joseph Stalin Weegy: Who was the first elected President of Russia? A. Boris Yeltsin User: Why did the United States fight a bloody revolution almost 250 years ago? A. control of North American lands B. people wanted the freedom to govern themselves and lead free lives C. Mexico invaded the U.S. and wanted to take land D. U.S. wanted to overthrow England and claim British lands Weegy: B. people wanted the freedom to govern themselves and lead free lives (More)
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Why does ethnic and religious warfare challenge sovereignty? A. The United Nations supports ethnic and religious groups who want to destroy their enemies. B. Governments cannot decide on a national faith. C. Most educational systems unofficially encourage conflict. D. People cannot overcome their differences and can tear a country apart because of it.
Weegy: B. Governments cannot decide on a national faith. User: Which of the following countries did not play a role in the earliest development of global interdependence? A. England B. France C. Spain D. Germany Weegy: france User: In a parliamentary system of government, what official is the equivalent to the President of the United States? A. King B. Queen C. Prime Minister D. Secretary of State User: What happened in the world between 1900 and 1950? A. a depression and U.S. civil war B. two world wars C. collapse of the Soviet Union D. start of the Cold War Weegy: B. two world wars User: During what period of time did global interdependence first emerge? A. World War and Revolutions period B. Prehistoric Age C. Modern Age D. Age of Interdependence Weegy: Answer is: "A. World War and Revolutions" User: What event occurred in 1991 that changed the global landscape? A. start of the technological revolution B. end of the Cold War C. merging of countries into a new Russia D. second Iraq war Weegy: B. end of the Cold War User: What does the U.S. allows its citizens to do? A. disagree with the political choices of its leaders B. create citizen armies to patrol the streets C. not pay taxes to the federal government D. vote for Supreme Court justices Weegy: D. vote for Supreme Court justices (More)
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U.S. allows its citizens to: A. disagree with the political choices of its leaders
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The main difference between a round and a flat character is that a flat character A. is not fully developed. B. has a negative attitude. C. has fewer personality traits. D. is described in more detail.
Weegy: The main difference between a round and a flat character is that a flat character is not fully developed. (More)
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