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What was the chief complaint of conservatives against the New Deal? A. promoted free enterprise and individualism B. made the government too powerful C. brought changes that were too radical for most Americans D. concerned only with saving the banking system
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The chief complaint of conservatives against the New Deal was that it: made the government too powerful.
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A 1913 California law forced Japanese Americans to A. learn English. B. sell their land. C. sign unfair labor contracts. D. become United States citizens.
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A 1913 California law forced Japanese Americans to B. sell their land.

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What fields did Progressives aim to reform? A. education B. workplace conditions C. government D. all of the above
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Progressives aimed to reform education, workplace conditions and government. The answer is all o the above.
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Unlike Britain, France, and Russia, the United States A. controlled large areas of China. B. wanted to keep trade in China open. C. had no interest in trade with China. D. broke China into distinct spheres of influence.
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Question 1 of 20 5.0 Points Use the graph and your knowledge of social studies to answer the following questions. In which decade did the number of women employed in manufacturing increase most? A. 1860s B. 1870s C. 1880s D. 1900s
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