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The “no third-term” tradition became an amendment as a direct result of the fourth term of A. Franklin D. Roosevelt. B. John Adams. C. Harry S. Truman. D. Thomas Jefferson.
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User: The “no third-term” tradition became an amendment as a direct result of the fourth term of A. Franklin D. Roosevelt. B. John Adams. C. Harry S. Truman. D. Thomas Jefferson.

Weegy: The ?no third-term? tradition became an amendment as a direct result of the fourth term of A. Franklin D. Roosevelt.
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User: What does it mean to say that after 1920 African Americans were the largest group of disenfranchised citizens? A. They received the right to vote. B. They were prevented from voting. C. They belonged to one of the two major parties. D. They became part of the electorate.

Weegy: B. They were prevented from voting.
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User: Which of the following is a major provision of the Help America Vote Act of 2002? A. holding all state primaries on the same day B. allowing voter registration by mail C. improving the training of election day workers D. encourage absentee voting by Internet

Weegy: The answer is C. improving the training of election day workers
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User: When someone is being interviewed for a poll, what factor can influence the way he or she responds to questions? A. the number of people being polled B. the amount of data being collected C. the use of correct phone numbers D. the interviewer’s tone of voice

Weegy: The answer is D. the interviewer?s tone of voice
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User: In which democratic countries are people free to decide whether or not they should register in order to vote? A. France and the United States B. Brazil and the United States C. only in Switzerland D. only in the United States

User: Which of the following was an idea that began as a minor party issue? A. states’ rights B. New Deal programs C. voting rights for women D. strong national government





Weegy: B. New Deal programs was an idea that began as a minor party issue.
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Weegy: The answer is D. User: What are delegated powers? A. Powers given to members of Congress by the voters. B. Powers given to Congress by the President. C. Powers given to members of Congress by the Supreme Court. D. Powers given to Congress by the Constitution. Weegy: A. Powers given to members of Congress by the voters. User: In what way does Congress participate in checks and balances as a lawmaking authority? A. It raises taxes. B. It does not get involved in partisan projects. C. It meets regularly with the Supreme Court. D. It oversees operations of various agencies in the executive branch. Weegy: D. It oversees operations of various agencies in the executive branch. User: Which governing body has been organized without interruption since its first session in 1789? A. the Senate B. the Supreme Court C. the House of Representatives D. Congress Weegy: C. the House of Representatives User: Who is the leader of the House of Representatives? A. the Speaker of the House B. the Vice President C. the secretary of state D. the president of the House Weegy: A. the Speaker of the House. The leader of the House of Representatives is called the Speaker of the House. (More)
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