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How much time is a political action committee allowed after its formation before it must be registered? A. one year B. six months C. ten days D. twenty days
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A political action committee is allowed ten days after its formation before it must be registered.
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As of 2008, the number of federally registered political action committees numbered over A. 4,000. B. 15,000. C. 11,000. D. 20,000.
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These people have no institutions, no meetings for counsels, rather they make their habitations in caverns hollowed among the peaks of the high mountains. By chunking the word hab-itat-ion what do we find it means? A. ways of life B. meals C. homes D. fears
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These people have no institutions, no meetings for counsels, rather they make their habitations in caverns hollowed among the peaks of the high mountains. By chunking the word hab-itat-ion, we find it means: HOMES.
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Which of the following is NOT a true statement about Radio Free Europe? A. It was funded by the United States. B. It still broadcasts to this day. C. Many governments in Eastern Europe encouraged its broadcasts in their countries. D. It was intended to spread democratic ideas.
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The following is NOT a true statement about Radio Free Europe: Many governments in Eastern Europe encouraged its broadcasts in their countries.
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After World War II Germany and Berlin were partitioned and divided between which four countries? A. U.S., Soviet Union, France, and Italy B. U.S. , Soviet Union, Britain, and Italy C. U.S., Soviet Union, Greece, and Turkey D. U.S., Soviet Union, Britain, and France
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After World War II, Germany and Berlin were partitioned and divided between U.S., Soviet Union, Britain, and France.
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