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Women played an active role in almost every phase of the French Revolution. How did the resolutions passed by the revolutionary National Assembly in 1789 and the National Convention in 1793 affect women in France? A. The resolutions denied women the right to vote and left their political position largely unchanged. B. The resolutions restricted the few rights that women had and caused them to be less economically independent. C. The resolutions advanced the cause of women's rights and put ...
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Louis Pasteur is credited with saving countless lives through his scientific research. What were two of his major accomplishments? A. discovering penicillin and publishing several books on the use of the drug B. proving the germ theory of disease and developing several new vaccines C. proving that disinfectants can reduce infections and creating new surgical techniques D. detecting the microorganisms responsible for cholera and discovering a cure for the disease
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Louis Pasteur is credited with saving countless lives through his scientific research by B.proving the germ theory of disease and developing several new vaccines .Pasteur's various investigations convinced him of the rightness of the germ theory of disease, which holds that germs attack the body from outside. Many felt that such tiny organisms as germs could not possibly kill larger ones such as humans. Pasteur now extended this theory to explain the causes of many diseases - including anthrax, cholera, TB and smallpox - and their prevention by vaccination. He is best known for his work on the development of vaccines for rabies. In 1888, a special institute was founded in Paris for the treatment of diseases. It became known as the Institut Pasteur. Pasteur was its director until his death on 28 September 1895. He was a national hero and was given a state funeral.
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From what country did the United States purchase Alaska? A. Great Britain B. Russia C. France D. Spain
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