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The pattern of discrimination against people trying to buy homes in minority or racially changing neighborhoods is called User: Which of the following suits endorsed quotas for promotions of state troopers? a. Tarasoff v. the Regents of University of California b. Johnson v. the Missouri State Troopers c. United States v. Paradise d. Johnson v. Transportation Agency, Santa Clara, CA
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The pattern of discrimination against people trying to buy homes in minority or racially changing neighborhoods is called redlining.
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Transfers of money, goods, or services that are not reported to the government is known as a. informal economy b. moonlighting c. payments under the table d. illegal payments
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Transfers of money, goods, or services that are not reported to the government is known as INFORMAL ECONOMY.

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_______ is the largest single source of ancestry of people in the United States today. a. England b. Ireland c. Mexico d. Germany
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Germany is the largest single source of ancestry of people in the United States today.

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By far, the largest single denomination in the United States is a. Judaism. b. Islam. c. Baptism. d. Catholicism.
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By far, the largest single denomination in the United States is d. Catholicism.
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, has clearly been a powerful force in reducing the ethnic ties of its members, making it also a significant assimilating force
Weegy: Diversity Among Roman Catholics : Despite its ethnic diversity, has been a powerful force in reducing ethnic ties of its members, [ making it a significant force in assimilation. ] (More)
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