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Q: As part of the Agricultural Adjustment Act, farmers were paid subsidies A. to produce more cash crops that could be sold to other nations. B. to raise only livestock that was in demand.
C. to plant crops that would help reverse the effects of the drought. D. not to plant part of their land and to kill off excess livestock.
A: As part of the Agricultural Adjustment Act, farmers were paid subsidies not to plant part of their land and to kill off excess livestock.
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User: As part of the Agricultural Adjustment Act, farmers were paid subsidies A. to produce more cash crops that could be sold to other nations. B. to raise only livestock that was in demand. C. to plant crops that would help reverse the effects of the drought. D. not to plant part of their land and to kill off excess livestock.

Weegy: As part of the Agricultural Adjustment Act, farmers were paid subsidies not to plant part of their land and to kill off excess livestock.
Frankie17851|Points 2459|

User: The bitterness left behind in parts of Europe by the Treaty of Versailles contributed to the rise of A. socialism. B. democracy. C. republicanism. D. totalitarianism.

Weegy: The Treaty of Versailles contributed to the rise of D. totalitarianism.
patmarone|Points 5797|

User: The end of rationing and other restrictions after World War II A. marked the beginning of a downward economic spiral. B. opened the floodgates to consumer purchases. C. signaled the end of the wartime economic boom. D. was strongly opposed by American businesses.

Weegy: The end of rationing B. opened the floodgates to consumer purchases.
AwesomeGuy200|Points 1177|

User: Use the graph and your knowledge of social studies to answer the following question. What percentage of families owned cars in 1955? A. 59 percent B. 70 percent C. 77 percent D. 79 percent

Weegy: Weegy is not available in doing graphs or drawings. Please, restate your question.
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User: What percentage of families owned cars in 1955? A. 59 percent B. 70 percent C. 77 percent D. 79 percent

Weegy: d
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User: Which states allowed but did not require school segregation? A. Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Wyoming B. Arizona, Kansas, New Mexico, Wyoming C. Arizona, Texas, Kansas, Wyoming D. Arizona, Mississippi, Florida, Virginia

Weegy: The answer is C
vcj2028|Points 271|

User: How has globalization affected jobs in industrialized nations? A. Many manufacturing jobs have moved to less developed nations. B. Most of the jobs in service industries have moved to less developed nations. C. Pay for factory jobs has increased sharply as low-paying jobs move overseas. D. More jobs have become available for unskilled workers.

Weegy: Many manufacturing jobs have moved to less developed nations.
scijoe21|Points 1885|

User: The Camp David Accords provided the framework for a treaty in which Egypt A. agreed to stop fighting against Iraq. B. agreed to help end the Iranian hostage crisis. C. formally recognized Israel as a state. D. agreed to resume oil shipments to the United States

Weegy: answer is C. The Camp David Accords provided the framework for a treaty in which Egypt formally recognized Israel as a state
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User: By granting amnesty to Americans who had evaded the draft, President Carter hoped to A. gain the support of Christian fundamentalists. B. help heal the split in the nation and move past the Vietnam War. C. increase the size of the American workforce. D. please the “me generation.”

Weegy: B. help heal the split in the nation and move past the Vietnam War.
lisawelch|Points 5571|

User: What event was driving up sales for this newspaper? A. fighting along the U.S. border with Mexico B. the Boxer Rebellion C. war between Great Britain and Germany D. the U.S. conflict with Spain

Weegy: A. fighting along the U.S. border with Mexico
Expert answered|aiatok|Points 190|

User: Which nation had the smallest number of troops in 1914? A. France B. Germany C. the United States D. Russia

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The nation of united states had the smallest number of troops in 1914.
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