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Which individual below was part of the prosecution team during the Scopes "Monkey Trial"? William Jennings Bryan George Rappleyea Clarence Darrow Paul Patterson
Weegy: A.)William Jennings Bryan was part of the prosecution team during the Scopes "Monkey Trial". User: thanks Weegy: Your welcome! any more question weegy is here to help! User: Which of the following describes the changing role of women in the home? New technologies enabled women to devote more time to their families. Women were forced to work, thus neglecting their families. Women and children continued working to support the family. More women worked outside the home while men stayed at home. Weegy: More women worked outside the home while men stayed at home. (More)
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Which individual below advocated that Democracy would give way to Socialism and Capitalism would change into Communism? Nicola Sacco Karl Marx Mitchell Palmer Nicholas II
Weegy: Karl Marx User: Which of the following was not one of the effects of Ford's assembly-line production methods? Wages increased for employees. Automobiles became cheaper to make. Automobiles became cheaper to buy. People were replaced by machines. Weegy: Wages increased for employees. User: How did the automobile shape American society during the Roaring Twenties? Weegy: : Traveling became a lot more prevalent in the 1920's with the growth of the automobile. This lead to gas stations and hotels popping up everywhere to fit the needs of travelers. [ : Also, new road rules had to be created along with redesigned roads and methods of controlling traffic(i.e. stoplights) ] User: thanks so much Weegy: Your welcome! any more question weegy is here to help! User: In an effort to get out of its economic worries, Great Britain did two things that instead proved economically fatal. What were they? lowered tariffs raised taxes stopped exports raised tariffs Weegy: Please can you tell me the period of history that this question relates to so that I can help you with this. (More)
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What man could claim he was the richest man in the world at one time? Andrew Carnegie J.P. Morgan Henry Blackwell John Rockefeller
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John Rockefeller could claim he was the richest man in the world at one time.
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Which are human systems? the Amazon Rain Forest the Appalachian Trail the George Washington Bridge the Himalayas the Hoover Dam the North American Free Trade Agreement the San Andreas Fault the Suez Canal
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