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t Object]User: By the end of the Civil War, Use the political cartoon and your knowledge of social studies to answer the following question. A. many Confederate leaders had been tried for treason. B. African Americans had gained full citizenship. C. the South’s economy had been destroyed. D. Congress had passed legislation to rebuild the nation.
Weegy: D. Congress had passed legislation to rebuild the nation. User: This cartoon shows that President Ulysses S. Grant A. refused to work with Radical Republicans in Congress. B. had his ability to lead marred by scandal. C. took a strong stand against Southern resistance to Reconstruction. D. oversaw a long period of economic growth and prosperity. Weegy: A. refused to work with Radical Republicans in Congress. (More)
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Which innovation extended the number of hours in a day that Americans could work and play? A. Bessemer process B. telegraph technology C. refrigeration D. electricity
Weegy: The answer is : D. electricity User: As farms became mechanized, A. immigrants bought more land. B. more people became farmers. C. farmers moved to urban areas. D. farm workers became rural entrepreneurs. User: Corporations had the important advantage of A. being run by an individual or a family. B. developing into monopolies. C. reducing the financial risk for individual investors. D. keeping prices high. Weegy: The answer here is C, develop into monopolies. User: The ICC was formed to A. oversee railroad operations. B. control interstate commerce. C. make new transportation laws. D. regulate communications across state lines. User: Traditionally, immigrants had come to America for economic opportunity and Use the quotation and your knowledge of social studies to answer the following questions. “The foreigner coming to these shores is more impressed at first by our skyscrapers. . . . In the daylight they are ugly. . . . But at night, seen from the river where they are columns towering against the sky, all sparkling with light, they are fairylike; they are beauty more satisfactory to the soul than anything man has dreamed since the Arabian nights.” —Mark Twain A. social equality. B. religious freedom. C. superior education. D. police protection. Weegy: A. social equality. User: Which statement indicates how Twain feels about what he is describing? A. They are small and insignificant. B. They are ugly at night. C. They are beautiful at night. D. They make the river look small. Weegy: They are beautiful at night. (More)
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