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All of the following are synonymous (mean the same) EXCEPT: a. suffrage c. conscription b. compulsory military service d. the draft
All of the following are synonyms except: suffrage.
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User: All of the following are synonymous (mean the same) EXCEPT: a. suffrage c. conscription b. compulsory military service d. the draft

Weegy: All of the following are synonyms except: suffrage.
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User: All of the following wars have had a draft EXCEPT: a. The Civil War c. The Vietnam War b. WW II d. The Iraq War

Weegy: All of the following wars have had a draft EXCEPT the Iraq War.
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