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All of the following are true statements about Abraham Lincoln early life EXCEPT which of the following? A. His mother died when he was only nine years old. B. He married Mary Todd. C. He had very little formal education. D. He attended Harvard College.
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The North had superior _____ leadership, whereas the South had superior _____ leadership. A. military; economic B. political; economic C. economic; political D. political; military
Weegy: North and South what? Can you specify what you are referring to? User: Over one-third of the population of the South were A. women. B. slaves. C. children. D. foreigners. Weegy: Over one-third of the population of the South were B. slaves. User: Prior to the Civil War, the North had 80 percent of the _____ capacity in the United States. A. agricultural B. political C. manufacturing D. military User: The CSA had stronger trade relations with Europe, especially with A. Spain. B. France. C. Great Britain. D. Russia. Weegy: C. Great Britain User: Which statement does NOT describe a difference between the Confederate Constitution and the U.S. Constitution? A. The Confederate Constitution made specific laws about slavery. B. The Confederate Constitution allowed the CSA president to serve only one six-year term. C. The Confederate Constitution did not allow for multiple political parties. D. The Confederate Constitution allowed women over the age of thirty to vote. Weegy: C. The Confederate Constitution did not allow for multiple political parties. User: What was NOT a method of raising money for the Confederate States of America? A. printing money B. borrowing money from foreign countries C. heavily taxing its citizens D. issuing bonds Weegy: D. issuing bonds User: Prior to the Civil War, the North had 80 percent of the _____ capacity in the United States. A. agricultural B. political C. manufacturing D. military User: Which statement about Jefferson Davis is NOT true? A. He was the only president the CSA ever had. B. He was a radical supporter of states' rights. C. He tended to focus on small issues, and did not look at the larger picture. D. He was an intelligent and direct man. Weegy: C. He tended to focus on small issues, and did not look at the larger picture (More)
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All of the following were goals that Lincoln hoped to accomplish by issuing the Emancipation Proclamation EXCEPT which one? A. He hoped it would encourage slaves in the rebelling states to help the Union in defeating their masters. B. He hoped it would keep England and France from helping the Confederacy. C. He hoped it would give the nation a greater focus on the war effort. D. He hoped it would appease all the abolitionists in the North who were speaking out against the war. ...
Weegy: All of the following were goals that Lincoln hoped to accomplish by issuing the Emancipation Proclamation EXCEPT A. He hoped it would encourage slaves in the rebelling states to help the Union in defeating their masters.[smile] User: What did the Homestead Act of 1862 do? A. It gave land to 160 acres of land to any person that wanted it and met certain requirements. B. It gave any US citizen financial assistance to attend the college of their choosing. C. It gave women the right to vote in all of the states west of the Mississippi River. D. It gave escaped slaves that made it to the North a guarantee of protection from southern slave holders. Weegy: A. It gave land to 160 acres of land to any person that wanted it and met certain requirements. User: What happened to the economy in the North during the Civil War? A. It initially began to expand but then suddenly crashed causing many in the North to suffer. B. It expanded as industry began to meet the demands of the war, causing the North to prosper. C. It contracted and left the nation bankrupt by the end of the war. D. It stayed the same resulting in no losses or gains for the North during the war. (More)
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