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User: Creating a homeland for people who shared a common heritage was a major goal of A. nationalists. B. liberals. C. conservatives. D. revolutionaries.

Weegy: Creating a homeland for people who shared a common heritage was a major goal of A. nationalists.
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User: During the “June Days” in France, why did the peasants attack protesting socialist workers? A. They were fighting to restore the monarchy. B. They feared the socialists would take their land. C. They feared the socialists would take away their right to vote. D. They feared the socialists would take away

Weegy: During the “June Days” in France, why did the peasants attack protesting socialist workers? B. They feared the socialists would take their land.
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User: Father Miguel Hidalgo’s “el Grito de Dolores” was a A. petition to the U.S. government to free the slaves. B. constitution for the United Provinces of Central America. C. call for the creoles to pray. D. call to fight for Mexican independence

Weegy: Father Miguel Hidalgo?s ?el Grito de Dolores? was D. call to fight for Mexican independence.
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User: German socialists formed a social democracy in the 1860s in order to transition gradually A. from communism to capitalism. B. from capitalism to socialism. C. from socialism to communism. D. from socialism to capitalism.

Weegy: German socialists formed a social democracy in the 1860s in order to transition gradually B. from capitalism to socialism.
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