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Q: The nation once known as the “socialist state that works” is a. Singapore. c. Japan. b. Norway. d. Sweden.
A: The nation once known as the ?socialist state that works? is: D. SWEDEN.
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User: The process of collectivization contributed to the starvation of millions of Soviet peasants during the 1930s.

User: true or false The process of collectivization contributed to the starvation of millions of Soviet peasants during the 1930s.

User: The nation once known as the “socialist state that works” is a. Singapore. c. Japan. b. Norway. d. Sweden.

Weegy: The nation once known as the ?socialist state that works? is: D. SWEDEN.
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User: One of the keys to Japan's economic success has been a. low capital investment. c. keiretsu. b. free trade. d. a hands-off government policy.

Weegy: One of the keys to Japan's economic success has been c. keiretsu
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User: All of the following are issues related to the transition from Communism to Capitalism, EXCEPT a. a system of privatization must be developed. b. communist ruling classes must have their political power solidified. c. the threat of economic instability must be confronted. d. workers must learn to live with a new set of incentives.

Weegy: The answer is b. communist ruling classes must have their political power solidified.
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