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China demonstrated its willingness to open talks with the United States by A. rejecting communism. B. opening trade with American companies. C. inviting an American table tennis team to play against its athletes. D. signing an agreement that limited arms deployment and stockpiling
Weegy: C. inviting an American table tennis team to play against its athletes. User: The growth of the service economy caused A. an increase in American blue-collar jobs. B. a decrease in new small businesses. C. an increase in worldwide average wages. D. a decline in U.S. union membership. Weegy: The growth of the service economy caused a decline in U.S. union membership. (More)
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Why do you think Ford made this speech immediately after gaining the presidency? A. Nixon s scandal shook the public s trust in government. B. Ford faced criticism for pardoning Nixon. C. Newspaper were not covering economic issues. D. Ford needed to successfully fight inflation
Weegy: Ford made this speech immediately after gaining the presidency because (A.) Nixon's scandal shook the public's trust in government. User: What finally decided the outcome of the 2000 presidential election? A. Congress B. a state court judge C. the U.S. Supreme Court D. the nationwide popular vote User: What was one of the two major goals that the National Organization for Women worked toward when it was first founded? A. creating small-scale protests B. encouraging women to avoid marriage C. protecting reproductive freedom D. attacking balanced roles within families Weegy: What was one of the two major goals that the National Organization for Women worked toward when it was first founded? C. protecting reproductive freedom User: Gorbachev pursued glasnost and perestroika reforms in part because A. the war in Afghanistan had drained the nation’s resources. B. the Soviet Union had already demonstrated superior nuclear capability. C. food surpluses and production increases created stable economic conditions. D. Russian revolutionaries staged a coup to overthrow the communist government Weegy: the war in Afghanistan had drained the nation?s resources User: What was the main difference between Doves and Hawks regarding U.S. presence in Vietnam? A. Doves believed that the United States military should have a strong presence in Vietnam, while Hawks did not. B. Doves agreed with President Johnson’s war policy, but Hawks believed Johnson’s policy was wrong. C. Doves believed that the Vietnam conflict was a localized civil war and did not agree with Johnson’s war policy, whereas Hawks supported Johnson’s policy and believed Vietnam was a crucial front in the Cold War. D. Doves accepted the rising troop levels, escalating costs, and the increasing number of battlefield deaths, while Hawks questioned the war on both moral and strategic grounds. Weegy: Doves believed that the Vietnam ... (More)
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