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During the McCarthy era, which of the following was (were) executed for allegedly giving atomic secrets to the Soviet Union? A. Alger Hiss B. Whittaker Chambers C. Klaus Fuchs D. Julius
and Ethel Rosenberg During the McCarthy era, which of the following was (were) executed for allegedly giving atomic secrets to the Soviet Union? A. Alger Hiss B. Whittaker Chambers C. Klaus Fuchs D. Julius and Ethel Rosenberg
D. Julius and Ethel Rosenberg
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User: During the McCarthy era, which of the following was (were) executed for allegedly giving atomic secrets to the Soviet Union? A. Alger Hiss B. Whittaker Chambers C. Klaus Fuchs D. Julius and Ethel Rosenberg During the McCarthy era, which of the following was (were) executed for allegedly giving atomic secrets to the Soviet Union? A. Alger Hiss B. Whittaker Chambers C. Klaus Fuchs D. Julius and Ethel Rosenberg

Weegy: D. Julius and Ethel Rosenberg
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