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FDR’s issuance of Executive Order 8802: 1.allowed women to join the Army-Air Corps. 2. required participation in scrap drives and victory gardens. 3. gave approval for the dropping of the atomic bomb on Japan. 4. banned racial discrimination in employment for defense industries.
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In Brown v. Board of Education, the Supreme Court ruled that: 1. President Kennedy had to protect James Meredith’s entry to the University of Mississippi. 2. segregation in public schools was unconstitutional. 3. segregation was constitutional as long as facilities were equal. 4. segregation of public schools should be determined by state governments. User: Which statement about fundamentalists is true? 1. They never get involved in politics. 2. They ...
Weegy: 2. They represent a large segment of the Roman Catholic Church. User: Methods used by blacks in winning the Montgomery bus strike included: 1. riots in certain sections of Montgomery. 2. the use of car pools despite police harassment. 3. hunger strikes. 4. asking federal troops to take control of the city. Weegy: 2. the use of car pools despite police harassment. User: Who decided the election of 2000? 1. the American people 2. the election committee of Florida 3. Jeb Bush 4. the Supreme Court Weegy: 1. the American people User: The outcome of the budget wars in 1995 and 1996: 1. showed that neither political party provided a voice of moderation. 2. illustrated the weaknesses of bipartisan politics. 3. revealed that centrist solutions were preferred by most Americans. 4. served as an example of the dominant power of right-wing Republicanism. Weegy: 2. illustrated the weaknesses of bipartisan politics. 3. revealed that centrist solutions were preferred by most Americans. User: Prior to the 2003 invasion of Iraq, George W. Bush focused primarily on Iraq’s: 1. suppression of the Sunnis. 2. supposed possession of weapons of mass destruction. 3. 1990 invasion of Kuwait. 4. unwillingness to allow UN inspectors into the country. (More)
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The roots of the Iranian hostage crisis resided in: 1. Jimmy Carter’s emphasis on human rights. 2.the Shah of Iran’s despotic regime. 3.economic inflation in the United States. 4. America’s isolationist stance in foreign affairs.
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The Cuban Missile Crisis began when: 1. President Johnson escalated the use of ground troops in southeast Asia. 2. the U.S. Maddox was hit by Communist fire in the Gulf of Tonkin. 3. the United States discovered that the U.S.S.R. was installing offensive nuclear weapons in Cuba. 4. the United States refused to back rebel forces in Hungary.
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The Cuban Missile Crisis began when , 3. the United States discovered that the U.S.S.R. was installing offensive nuclear weapons in Cuba. ;In August 1962, after some unsuccessful operations by the US to overthrow the Cuban regime (Bay of Pigs, Operation Mongoose), the Cuban and Soviet governments secretly began to build bases in Cuba for a number of medium-range and intermediate-range ballistic nuclear missiles (MRBMs and IRBMs) with the ability to strike most of the continental United States. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cuban_Missile_Crisis
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