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Q: Which of the following would have the support of social liberals? a. the “pro-life” side of the abortion controversy b. closing down our country’s borders to immigrants c. the death penalty d. legal
marriage for gay and lesbian people
A: d. legal marriage for gay and lesbian people
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User: Which of the following would have the support of social liberals? a. the “pro-life” side of the abortion controversy b. closing down our country’s borders to immigrants c. the death penalty d. legal marriage for gay and lesbian people

Weegy: d. legal marriage for gay and lesbian people
Expert answered|VisTRA|Points 290|

User: Which of the following would have the support of social conservatives? a. the “pro-choice” side of the abortion controversy b. use of the death penalty to punish the most serious crimes c. various “alternative lifestyles” d. encouraging immigration across our borders

Weegy: c. various “alternative lifestyles”
Expert answered|VisTRA|Points 290|

User: Because many social problems are related, a. no social problem can be solved. b. every social problem can be solved. c. solving one social problem may create a new problem. d. solving one social problem will solve all social problems.

Weegy: c. solving one social problem may create a new problem
Expert answered|VisTRA|Points 290|

User: Adopting a global perspective shows us which of the following patterns? a. Women in poor nations typically have fewer children than women in the United States. b. People in poor nations have as much schooling as people in the United States. c. Most problems we see in the United States are the same in other countries. d. Poverty is more serious in much of the world than it is in the United States.

Weegy: d. Poverty is more serious in much of the world than it is in the United States.
Expert answered|VisTRA|Points 290|

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