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When it was founded in 1900, the British Labour Party was primarily made up of A. Irish immigrants who wanted Irish home rule. B. socialists and union members.
C. landowners and conservatives. D. women suffragists and Church members.
When it was founded in 1900, the British Labour Party was primarily made up of B. socialists and union members
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User: When it was founded in 1900, the British Labour Party was primarily made up of A. Irish immigrants who wanted Irish home rule. B. socialists and union members. C. landowners and conservatives. D. women suffragists and Church members.

Weegy: When it was founded in 1900, the British Labour Party was primarily made up of B. socialists and union members
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Weegy: B. Irish Catholics were allowed to vote and hold office.
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User: In 1832, large towns and cities in Britain received greater representation in Parliament as a result of A. the People’s Charter. B. the secret ballot. C. universal male suffrage. D. the Great Reform Act.

Weegy: In 1832, large towns and cities in Britain received greater representation in Parliament as a result of the Great Reform Act.
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Weegy: The Bolsheviks took power through an armed overthrow of the provisional government in November of 1917 . True
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Weegy: Stalin read the works of Karl Marx and participatied in student demonstrations as a young man. A. True.
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Weegy: A. TRUE. New laws brought about by British social reform in the mid-1800s limited women and children to a 10-hour work day.
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