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Q: Because they were outgunned by U.S. forces, Filipinos who rebelled against American rule in the Philippines relied on A. old World War I-era equipment. B. guerrilla tactics. C. the newest military
technologies. D. help from China.
A: Because they were outgunned by U.S. forces, Filipinos who rebelled against American rule in the Philipines relied on B. guerrilla tactics.
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User: Because they were outgunned by U.S. forces, Filipinos who rebelled against American rule in the Philippines relied on A. old World War I-era equipment. B. guerrilla tactics. C. the newest military technologies. D. help from China.

Weegy: Because they were outgunned by U.S. forces, Filipinos who rebelled against American rule in the Philipines relied on B. guerrilla tactics.
debnjerry|Points 45265|

User: The Allies agreed on a “Europe First” strategy because only Germany had the ability to bomb Britain, fight U.S. and British navies, and A. launch submarines capable of sinking Allied ships. B. seriously threaten to defeat the Soviet Union. C. send waves of bombers to attack its enemies. D. convince Japan to surrender.

Weegy: The Allies agreed on a ?Europe First? strategy because only Germany had the ability to bomb Britain, fight U.S. and British navies, and: A. launch submarines capable of sinking Allied ships.
alfred123|Points 1806|

User: How has globalization affected jobs in industrialized nations? A. Many manufacturing jobs have moved to less developed nations. B. Most of the jobs in service industries have moved to less developed nations. C. Pay for factory jobs has increased sharply as low-paying jobs move overseas. D. More jobs have become available for unskilled workers. Reset Selection

Weegy: Many manufacturing jobs have moved to less developed nations.
scijoe21|Points 2275|

User: The end of rationing and other restrictions after World War II A. marked the beginning of a downward economic spiral. B. opened the floodgates to consumer purchases. C. signaled the end of the wartime economic boom. D. was strongly opposed by American businesses.

Weegy: The end of rationing B. opened the floodgates to consumer purchases.
AwesomeGuy200|Points 1177|

User: With his Square Deal, Theodore Roosevelt hoped to A. help pull the United States out of the Great Depression. B. increase the influence and power of the United States among the nations of the world. C. keep the wealthy and powerful from taking advantage of small business owners and the poor. D. help business trusts remain competitive.

Weegy: Theodore Roosevelt, who came into office in 1901 and served until 1909, is considered the first modern President because he significantly expanded the influence and power of the executive office. [ From the Civil War to the turn of the twentieth century, the seat of power in the national government resided in the U.S. Congress. Beginning in the 1880s, the executive branch gradually increased its power. Roosevelt seized on this trend, believing that the President had the right to use all powers except those that were specifically denied him to accomplish his goals. As a result, the President, rather than Congress or the political parties, became the center of the American political arena. As President, Roosevelt challenged the ideas of limited government and individualism. In their stead, he advocated government regulation to achieve social and economic justice. He used executive orders to accomplish his goals, especially in conservation, and waged an aggressive foreign policy. He was also an extremely popular President and the first to use the media to appeal directly to the people, bypassing the political parties and career politicians. ]
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User: The Camp David Accords provided the framework for a treaty in which Egypt A. agreed to stop fighting against Iraq. B. agreed to help end the Iranian hostage crisis. C. formally recognized Israel as a state. D. agreed to resume oil shipments to the United States.



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