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What is it called when stronger nations acquire weaker nations as a means of increaseing economic and political strength? Imperialism War Defense None of the above
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Select statement below that is true. White men wanted to live in peace with the Native Americans. White men kept moving the Native Americans farther west when they wanted the territory. White men began to practice Native American customs. The federal government wanted Native Americans to assimilate by quickly giving them full ownership of land.
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White men kept moving the Native Americans farther west when they wanted the territory, is a true statement.
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