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Q: What was the ruling in the 1874 Supreme Court Case Minor v. Happersett? A. that voting was not a basic right of citizens, therefore women could be denied the right to vote B. that voting was a
basic right of citizens, therefore women must be given the right to vote C. that voting was a basic right of all residents of the United States, therefore immigrants must be given the right to vote D. that voting was a basic right of only literate citizens, therefore those that could not read or write English could be denied the vote
A: A. that voting was not a basic right of citizens, therefore women could be denied the right to vote
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User: In which state were women first granted the right to vote in the United States?

User: In which state were women first granted the right to vote in the United States? A. Wisconsin B. Texas C. Wyoming D. California

User: Which of the following most helped the women's movement gain momentum in the United States? A. the First Great Awakening B. the Second Great Awakening C. the Transcendental Movement D. the Abolition Movement

User: What was the ruling in the 1874 Supreme Court Case Minor v. Happersett? A. that voting was not a basic right of citizens, therefore women could be denied the right to vote B. that voting was a basic right of citizens, therefore women must be given the right to vote C. that voting was a basic right of all residents of the United States, therefore immigrants must be given the right to vote D. that voting was a basic right of only literate citizens, therefore those that could not read or write English could be denied the vote

Weegy: A. that voting was not a basic right of citizens, therefore women could be denied the right to vote
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User: What was the ruling in the 1874 Supreme Court Case Minor v. Happersett? A. that voting was not a basic right of citizens, therefore women could be denied the right to vote B. that voting was a basic right of citizens, therefore women must be given the right to vote C. that voting was a basic right of all residents of the United States, therefore immigrants must be given the right to vote D. that voting was a basic right of only literate citizens, therefore those that could not read or write English could be denied the vote

Weegy: A. that voting was not a basic right of citizens, therefore women could be denied the right to vote
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User: When did the Women's Rights Convention in Seneca Falls, NY occur? A. twenty years after the Civil War B. a little over a decade before the Civil War C. a little over a decade before the Spanish-American War D. twenty years after the Spanish-American War

User: In which state were women first granted the right to vote in the United States? A. Wisconsin B. Texas C. Wyoming D. California

User: Which of the following is accurate about the movie Birth of a Nation? A. It made many people nostalgic for the early days of industrialization. B. It made many people believe that industrialists were national heroes and labor unions were evil institutions. C. It romanticized the Old South and the role of the Ku Klux Klan during Reconstruction. D. It romanticized the early years of Reconstruction and the role of the Freedman's Bureau in the South.

Weegy: A. It made many people nostalgic for the early days of industrialization.
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User: Under which president's administration were thousands of African Americans fired from civil service position? A. William Taft B. Woodrow Wilson C. Warren G.Harding D. Theodore Roosevelt

Weegy: A). William Taft
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User: What did the New York City neighborhood of Harlem become during the early years of the 20th century? A. a center for racial discrimination and immigrant hatred B. a center for women of all races to discuss the issues of the day C. a political and social center for African American artists and philosophers D. an economic and political center for African Americans and women business owners

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