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The 1903 Muller v. Oregon decision upheld A. women’s right to vote. B. higher wages for women. C. women’s right to birth control. D. limited work hours for women.
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The National Reclamation Act directly affected the management of which natural resource? A. oil B. coal C. water D. lumber
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