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What was the length of the president's term of office in the Confederate States of America? A. two years B. six years C. three years D. four years
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SIX YEARS was the length of the president's term of office in the Confederate States of America.
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What was the main source of conflict between Native Americans and the U.S. government? A. water rights B. land rights C. religious rights D. civil rights
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What did labor unions at the turn of the 20th century try to do for workers? A. They forcefully pushed for reforms in the workplace. B. They tried to find them better jobs in good companies. C. They provided workers free transportation to their jobs. D. They offered financial assistance to workers and their families.
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