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Q: Upton Sinclair's book The Jungle exposed the unsanitary conditions in the Chicago slaughterhouses of the early 1900s. The public outrage caused by this sort of investigative reporting led directly to
the A. passage of the Meat Inspection Act and strict regulations for the meatpacking industry. B. creation of the Square Deal and the establishment of new areas of national parkland. C. election of Theodore Roosevelt and the end of U.S. involvement in the Philippines. D. founding of the Progressive Party and universal suffrage for women.
A: B. creation of the Square Deal and the establishment of new areas of national parkland. Weegy
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User: Upton Sinclair's book The Jungle exposed the unsanitary conditions in the Chicago slaughterhouses of the early 1900s. The public outrage caused by this sort of investigative reporting led directly to the A. passage of the Meat Inspection Act and strict regulations for the meatpacking industry. B. creation of the Square Deal and the establishment of new areas of national parkland. C. election of Theodore Roosevelt and the end of U.S. involvement in the Philippines. D. founding of the Progressive Party and universal suffrage for women.

Weegy: B. creation of the Square Deal and the establishment of new areas of national parkland. Weegy
kellh02|Points 80|

User: During the Great Depression, President Franklin D. Roosevelt used his "fireside chat" radio broadcasts to reach millions of Americans. This use of the media helped Roosevelt to A. end the Depression during his first term as president. B. gain the Supreme Court's approval on the First New Deal. C. change negative public opinion about his New Deal programs. D. convince people that the Depression could be ended by going to war.

Weegy: This use of the media helped Roosevelt to C. change negative public opinion about his New Deal programs.
OxTornado007|Points 6739|

User: Technology has increased access to news and information, allowing almost instantaneous news coverage of an event. How does this negatively affect the presentation of news? A. News agencies are forced to broadcast more unsuitable and violent material. B. News sources are overloaded with people trying to access their information. C. Increasing competition among news sources creates too many versions of a single story. D. News stories have a greater chance of being reported before all of the information can be verified.

Weegy: D. News stories have a greater chance of being reported before all of the information can be verified.
sipichapie|Points 4784|

User: How has the use of television changed the nature of presidential campaigns? A. It allows candidates to completely avoid putting advertisements in newspapers and magazines. B. It allows candidates to reach millions of voters with a single advertisement or appearance. C. It allows candidates to ignore voters in the smaller states' primary elections. D. It allows candidates to spend less money on political advertisements.

Weegy: B. It allows candidates to reach millions of voters with a single advertisement or appearance.
Boyinbedroom|Points 249|

User: The political philosophy of James Madison can BEST be seen in his creation and support of which document? A. The Declaration of Independence B. The Bill of Rights C. The Virginia Constitution D. The Articles of Confederation

User: The framers of the Articles of Confederation deliberately designed a weak central government with few powers. Their main reason for this decision was that they believed a strong national government would A. lead to oppressive rule. B. outlaw the practice of slavery. C. become involved in foreign wars. D. limit trade between the individual states.

Weegy: Their main reason for this decision was that they believed a strong national government would lead to: A) oppressive rule.
AnaisBree|Points 461|

User: In which way does the U.S. Constitution support the concept of natural rights? A. It outlines the definition of natural rights in the Preamble. B. It was written by John Locke, a major supporter of natural rights. C. It contains a Bill of Rights that protects fundamental rights against the federal government. D. It was created during a time when most governments in Europe believed in fundamental rights.

User: In what way is the divine right theory DIFFERENT from the social contract theory? A. The divine right theory gives natural rights to all citizens. B. The divine right theory argues that the state is created by force. C. The divine right theory gives power to both the state and the people. D. The divine right theory argues that God gave royalty the absolute right of rule.

Weegy: What is your question?
koaley|Points 6262|

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