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Which of the following could be used to characterize “Calles' Law”? A. anti-Catholic B. pro-Socialist C. pro-land reform D. anti-Communist
the answer is A. anti-Catholic. [ Mexican President Plutarco El?as Calles's enforcement of previous anti-Catholic legislation denying priests' rights, enacted as the Calles Law, prompted the Mexican Episcopate to suspend all Catholic worship in Mexico from August 1, 1926 and sparked the bloody Cristero War of 1926?1929 in which some 50,000 peasants took up arms against the government. Their
slogan was "?Viva Cristo Rey!" (Long live Christ the King!). ]
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User: Which of the following could be used to characterize “Calles' Law”? A. anti-Catholic B. pro-Socialist C. pro-land reform D. anti-Communist

Weegy: the answer is A. anti-Catholic. [ Mexican President Plutarco El?as Calles's enforcement of previous anti-Catholic legislation denying priests' rights, enacted as the Calles Law, prompted the Mexican Episcopate to suspend all Catholic worship in Mexico from August 1, 1926 and sparked the bloody Cristero War of 1926?1929 in which some 50,000 peasants took up arms against the government. Their slogan was "?Viva Cristo Rey!" (Long live Christ the King!). ]
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User: What event inspired U.S. sentiment to turn negative towards Mexico, even leading some to refer to Mexico as “Soviet Mexico”? A. a movement to reclaim oil reserves in Mexico from U.S. companies B. a Mexican revolution inspired by the writings of Marx and philosophy of Lenin C. foreign investment and support for the Mexican government which was primarily coming from Russia D. the publication of a popular sequel to Marx's Communist Manifesto, written by the leader of Mexico

Weegy: C. foreign investment and support for the Mexican government which was primarily coming from Russia
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User: What was a common desire by the lower and middle classes in Middle and South America? A. land reform B. food reform C. social reform D. religious reform

Weegy: C. social reform
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