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The belief in the inalienable right of the United States to expand its western frontier from the Atlantic to Pacific oceans, “from sea to shining sea,” and claim the entire North American continent
for itself is best known as what? (Points : 1) Manifest Destiny Expansionism Legacy of Conquest Social Darwinism
It is known as Manifest Destiny.
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User: The belief in the inalienable right of the United States to expand its western frontier from the Atlantic to Pacific oceans, “from sea to shining sea,” and claim the entire North American continent for itself is best known as what? (Points : 1) Manifest Destiny Expansionism Legacy of Conquest Social Darwinism

Weegy: It is known as Manifest Destiny.
Expert answered|rhey22787|Points 425|

User: The Crisis of 1893 initially centered on which industry? (Points : 1) Farming Banking Railroad Steel

Weegy: Banking Industry.
Expert answered|rhey22787|Points 425|

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Documentary maker Ken Burns called the formation of the national parks, “America’s best idea.” Which of the following men was president of the United States during the creation of the National Park System, which sought to preserve the beauty of the American West? (Points : 1) Abraham Lincoln Andrew Johnson Ulysses S. Grant Rutherford B. Hayes
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Ulysses S. Grant was president of the United States during the creation of the National Park System, which sought to preserve the beauty of the American West
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Documentary maker Ken Burns called the formation of the national parks, “America’s best idea.” Which of the following men was president of the United States during the creation of the National Park System, which sought to preserve the beauty of the American West? (Points : 1) Abraham Lincoln Andrew Johnson Ulysses S. Grant
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