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Production codes,as defined by the Production Code Administration (PCA) in the 1930s, wanted to eliminate all of the following messages except interracial sex. anti-democratic
messages. provocative fade-outs. pursuit of wealth.
provocative fade-outs.
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[object Object]User: Production codes,as defined by the Production Code Administration (PCA) in the 1930s, wanted to eliminate all of the following messages except interracial sex. anti-democratic messages. provocative fade-outs. pursuit of wealth.

Weegy: provocative fade-outs.
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User: The cornerstone of the Second New Deal was the Social Security Act of 1935. Which of the following was not true about it? A payroll tax was a revenue source. The “Soak the Rich” tax was a revenue source. It was the start of America being a welfare state. It turned the United States into a socialist nation.

Weegy: It turned the United States into a socialist nation is not true regarding the cornerstone of the Second New Deal was the Social Security Act of 1935.
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User: While the dramatic images of people tearing up their stock certificates and jumping from windows to their death represented the start of the Great Depression, in reality this was not the sole cause. Which of the following was not a cause of the Depression in the United States? Weaker consumer Diversification Increasing debt European prosperity





Weegy: European prosperity was not a cause of the Depression in the United [ States. ]
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