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Eugenics and genocide are best described as examples of __________. A. extreme population management policies B. common population management policies C. extreme diplomatic management
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User: Eugenics and genocide are best described as examples of __________. A. extreme population management policies B. common population management policies C. extreme diplomatic management strategies D. common diplomatic management strategies

Weegy: Eugenics and genocide are best described as examples of extreme population management policies.
jeifunk|Points 9787|

User: Governments are most often motivated to eliminate a population because of the effects of __________. A. international alliances B. financial incentives C. racism and ethnic hatred D. environmental challenges

Weegy: Governments are most often motivated to eliminate a population because of the effects of d. enviromental challenges
Controler|Points 3928|

User: One major difference between how the Weimar Republic and the Nazi regime pursued eugenics is that __________. A. the Weimar Republic refused to pursue a policy of sterilization B. the Nazi government pursued a policy of voluntary sterilization C. the Nazi government pursued a policy of mandatory sterilization D. the Weimar Republic pursued a policy of mandatory sterilization

Weegy: C. the Nazi government pursued a policy of mandatory sterilization
claudinebar|Points 60|

User: In 1933, the Nazi government used the Hereditary Health Court to __________. A. start a government eugenics program B. end the government’s eugenics program C. make the government’s eugenics program less aggressive D. make the government’s eugenics program more aggressive

Weegy: In 1933, the Nazi government used the Hereditary Health court to (d) make the government's eugenics program more aggressive
carl1980|Points 272|

User: The Nazi regime's "Final Solution" is best described as a plan designed to __________. A. halt the elimination of the Jewish population B. eliminate the Jewish population of Europe C. eliminate the Jewish population of the world D. hide the elimination of the Jewish population from the media

Weegy: The Nazi regime's "Final Solution" is best described as a plan designed to B. eliminate the Jewish population of Europe. [ ]
carl1980|Points 272|

User: The Rwandan Patriotic Front and the Interahamwe were __________. A. relief agencies B. military groups C. political parties D. nonprofit organizations

Weegy: The Rwandan Patriotic Front and the Interahamwe were Answer: B. military groups
emdjay23|Points 1535|

User: The Weimar Republic explored eugenics as a solution to costly healthcare by __________. A. creating concentration camps to carry out genetic experiments B. encouraging those with hereditary illnesses to be sterilized to prevent illnesses from being passed on to future generations C. instituting mandatory sterilizations of those with hereditary diseases D. establishing the Hereditary Health Court to sterilize those with genetic illnesses

Weegy: The most appropriate answer is, B. encouraging those with hereditary illnesses to be sterilized to prevent illnesses from being passed on to future generations. [ The Weimar Republic explored eugenics as a solution to costly healthcare by encouraging those with hereditary illnesses to be sterilized to prevent illnesses from being passed on to future generations. ]
reubeng8304|Points 89|

User: The swift and overwhelming response of UN peacekeeping troops limited the damage and number of killings during the Rwandan genocide in 1994? true or false

Weegy: The swift and overwhelming response of UN peacekeeping troops limited the damage and number of killings during the Rwandan genocide in 1994 , this statement is not true.
bongche|Points 3864|

User: All of the following are common endemic diseases, except __________. A. malaria B. typhoid C. smallpox D. tuberculosis

Weegy: All of the following are common endemic diseases, except __________. C. smallpox
lastlove|Points 65|

User: According to the World Health Organization, if a sample of 1,000 deaths from around the world was taken, the majority of deaths would be in __________. A. developed countries B. developing countries C. industrialized countries D. the Western Hemisphere

Weegy: According to the World Health Organization, if a sample of 1,000 deaths from around the world was taken, the majority of deaths would be in C. industrialized countries
cjabward|Points 710|

User: Citizens of developed nations typically experience __________. A. waterborne diseases B. low literacy rates C. unstable governments D. long life expectancies

Weegy: Citizens of developed nations typically experience D. long life expectancies.
chinggay_0118|Points 831|

User: According to demographic data, people with the lowest life expectancies in the world are disproportionately located in __________. A. Asia B. Africa C. Europe D. North America

User: Governments typically establish population policies for all of the following reasons except __________. A. to limit population growth B. to encourage the growth of an ethnic group C. to lower the standard of living for all citizens D. to encourage population growth

Weegy: B. to encourage the growth of an ethnic group
buddy_hgo|Points 58|

User: An act of genocide is best described as __________. A. the destruction of life on a massive scale B. mass murder motivated by religious differences C. the deliberate and systematic extermination of a cultural group D. the accidental destruction of a national, racial, or political group

Weegy: An act of genocide is best described as __________. B. mass murder motivated by religious differences
paral|Points 3670|

User: Governments are most often motivated to eliminate a population because of the effects of __________. A. international alliances B. financial incentives C. racism and ethnic hatred D. environmental challenges

Weegy: Governments are most often motivated to eliminate a population because of the effects of d. enviromental challenges
Controler|Points 3928|

User: One major difference between how the Weimar Republic and the Nazi regime pursued eugenics is that __________. A. the Weimar Republic refused to pursue a policy of sterilization B. the Nazi government pursued a policy of voluntary sterilization C. the Nazi government pursued a policy of mandatory sterilization D. the Weimar Republic pursued a policy of mandatory sterilization

Weegy: C. the Nazi government pursued a policy of mandatory sterilization
claudinebar|Points 60|

User: In 1933, the Nazi government used the Hereditary Health Court to __________. A. start a government eugenics program B. end the government’s eugenics program C. make the government’s eugenics program less aggressive D. make the government’s eugenics program more aggressive

Weegy: In 1933 the Nazi Govt used the Hereditary Health Court to D. Make the goverment's eugenics program more agressive
innersource|Points 7285|

User: The Nazi regime's "Final Solution" is best described as a plan designed to __________. A. halt the elimination of the Jewish population B. eliminate the Jewish population of Europe C. eliminate the Jewish population of the world D. hide the elimination of the Jewish population from the medi

Weegy: B. eliminate the Jewish population of Europe , the Nazi regimes "Final Solution is best described.
Expert answered|kuracha|Points 1|

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