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Which of the following statements in true regarding the ideals of pan Indianism? Answer a. It promotes cooperation with government agencies and White neighbors. b. It represents all tribes equally. c. Some efforts, such as the Iroquois federation and the Plains Ghost Dance, were successful. d. all of these
Weegy: d. all of these User: Which of the following statements is true regarding the ideals of pan-Indianism? Weegy: d. all of these User: 4. The Supreme Court in 1993 upheld the right of the government to intercept and return refugees to User: The Supreme Court in 1993 upheld the right of the government to intercept and return refugees to • Cuba. • Haiti. • China. • Mexico. User: Which of the following explanations for illegal immigration uses the conflict perspective? • Paying low wages to illegal immigrants enables employers to produce goods and services that are profitable and affordable. • Immigrant status is a symptom of social and economic hierarchies. • Illegal immigrants move to the U.S. to commit terrorist acts. • Immigrants are attracted by high wages and excellent public benefits. Weegy: a. Paying low wages to illegal immigrants enables employers to produce goods and services that are profitable and affordable. User: In an effort to assimilate Native Americans into White Society, the federal government • tried to weaken tribal institutions. • provided extensive training and resources so Native Americans could become homesteaders. • recognized and respected tribal identity. • protected the authority of tribal governments. • all of these Weegy: In an effort to assimilate native americans into white society, the federal government, A. tried to weaken tribal institutions. User: How can we draw on world systems theory to explain the exploitation of Native Americans by European invaders? • It emphasizes how parts of a society are structured to maintain its stability. • The global economy can be seen as dividing between nations that control wealth and those that provide natural resources and labor. • Social structure is best understood in terms of conflict between competing groups. • It suggests the mechanisms that allow languages and culture to be forgotten. Weegy: b. The global economy can be seen as dividing between ... (More)
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