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11. Which of these statements about the Cuban Missile Crisis is true? A. President Kennedy called Nikita Khrushchev on the hotline. B. President Kennedy removed nuclear missiles from Turkey to
resolve the crisis. C. Fidel Castro's government had manufactured guided missiles. D. Nikita Khrushchev wished to goad Kennedy into invading Cuba and starting a war.
The answer is A. Fidel Castro's government had manufactured guided missiles
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User: 9. Why does the Central Intelligence Agency have more freedom of action than other federal agencies? A. Both its budget and operations are secret. B. It carries out U.S. foreign policy under the FBI. C. It answers to Congress only for its financial needs. D. The agency doesn't report to anyone.

User: 11. Which of these statements about the Cuban Missile Crisis is true? A. President Kennedy called Nikita Khrushchev on the hotline. B. President Kennedy removed nuclear missiles from Turkey to resolve the crisis. C. Fidel Castro's government had manufactured guided missiles. D. Nikita Khrushchev wished to goad Kennedy into invading Cuba and starting a war.

Weegy: The answer is A. Fidel Castro's government had manufactured guided missiles
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User: 13. Among third-party candidates, which one is thought to have split the conservative vote in a recent election? A. Pat Buchanan B. Ross Perot C. John Edwards D. Ralph Nader

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Weegy: D, the DEA
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User: 16. The largest proportion of federal revenues comes from A. excise taxes. B. social insurance taxes. C. personal income taxes. D. borrowing.

User: 17. Suppose you're interested in finding information on your senators and representatives and on current bills before Congress. Which one of the following resources would be best for this purpose? A. History books B. Your local newspaper C. Television D. Your public library

Weegy: D. Your public library would be best for this purpose in finding information on your senators and representatives and on current bills before Congress.
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