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Q: Both the Soviet Union and the United States practiced the policy of brinkmanship during the Cold War. The two nations were willing to A. make secret treaties with the other to stop the spread of
nuclear weapons. B. use the threat of nuclear force to gain an advantage over the other. C. confront the other country's military forces directly. D. use diplomacy as a last resort to solve problems.
A: the tally of total number of countries in the world is 196
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User: Both the Soviet Union and the United States practiced the policy of brinkmanship during the Cold War. The two nations were willing to A. make secret treaties with the other to stop the spread of nuclear weapons. B. use the threat of nuclear force to gain an advantage over the other. C. confront the other country's military forces directly. D. use diplomacy as a last resort to solve problems.

Weegy: the tally of total number of countries in the world is 196
migzptz|Points 7352|

User: President Truman made it clear that the United States would use military force to stop communist aggression when he A. threatened to invade Cuba in 1959. B. ordered U.S. troops into South Korea in 1950. C. approved the use of the atomic bomb on China in 1952. D. sent U.S. troops to support the Hungarian Revolution in 1956.

Weegy: B. ordered U.S. troops into South Korea in 1950.
workaholicmom|Points 4684|

User: During the mid-1950s, the Soviet Union greatly increased economic and military aid to Egypt. One U.S. response to the increase was the adoption of the Eisenhower Doctrine, which stated that the United States would A. use military force to defend the Middle East against attack by any communist country. B. take over any government in the Middle East that tried to nationalize its oil industry. C. refuse to assist any Middle Eastern nation that did not adopt a democratic form of government. D. use military force against any Middle Eastern nation that accepted funds from a communist country.

Weegy: A. use military force to defend the Middle East against attack by any communist country
lycan_1005|Points 795|

User: Muckraker Lincoln Steffens's The Shame of the Cities, published in 1904, was one attempt by the Progressives to A. expose the problems caused by housing shortages in urban areas. B. protect the political machines in charge of most municipal governments. C. inform Americans about the political problems caused by rapid urban growth. D. convince Americans that most municipal problems were caused by immigrants.

Weegy: C. Inform Americans about the political problems caused by rapid urban growth.
landrytimothy|Points 0|

User: The rapid growth of cities in the United States in the late 1800s created many social problems, especially for the urban poor. Progressive reformers such as Jane Addams worked to solve these problems by creating A. agencies that provided jobs for urban laborers who wanted to work in rural areas. B. settlement houses and community centers that provided help to people living in slums. C. government agencies and departments that kept a careful count of the slum populations. D. programs that provided assistance for immigrants wishing to return to their home countries.

Weegy: The rapid growth of cities in the United States in the late 1800s created many social problems, especially for the urban poor. Progressive reformers such as Jane Addams worked to solve these problems by creating: B. [ settlement houses and community centers that provided help to people living in slums. ]
debnjerry|Points 43523|

User: What was one major impact Susan B. Anthony had on the women's rights movement? A. She wrote the Nineteenth Amendment, which gave women the right to vote. B. She persuaded the president to pass a resolution allowing women to vote. C. She cofounded the National American Woman Suffrage Association. D. She was the first woman to cast a vote in a presidential election.

Weegy: C. She cofounded the National American Woman Suffrage Association.
vanilla2bean|Points 3971|

User: Theodore Roosevelt's Square Deal was an important concept in Progressive politics because it A. promoted fairness between businesses, workers, and consumers. B. created a balanced federal tax system for citizens and immigrants. C. encouraged the growth of big businesses to raise economic standards. D. forced labor unions to disband due to federal regulations limiting their power.

Weegy: A. promoted fairness between businesses, workers, and consumers.
AwesomeGuy200|Points 1177|

User: The Hepburn Act gave the Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC) the power to set railroad rates and view the financial records of all railroad companies. This was one of President Theodore Roosevelt's attempts to A. end corruption among big businesses. B. stimulate a weakening U.S. economy. C. decrease the power of the federal government. D. help the ICC learn the concepts of big business.

Weegy: Is there a list of options?
kazzyface|Points 873|

User: The public outrage inspired by Upton Sinclair's novel The Jungle contributed to the passage of A. the Federal Reserve Act. B. the Clayton Antitrust Act. C. the Interstate Commerce Act. D. the Pure Food and Drug Act.

Weegy: D. the Pure Food and Drug Act.
debnjerry|Points 43523|

User: The public outrage inspired by Upton Sinclair's novel The Jungle contributed to the passage of A. the Federal Reserve Act. B. the Clayton Antitrust Act. C. the Interstate Commerce Act. D. the Pure Food and Drug Act.

Weegy: D. the Pure Food and Drug Act.
debnjerry|Points 43523|

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