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How was the process of decolonization in Belize similar to that in Macau? Both Macau and Belize underwent a prolonged process of decolonization. Both Macau and Belize went through years of
violent rebellion before decolonization. Both Macau and Belize were Portuguese colonies that were returned to China. Both Macau and Belize saw mass economic depression shortly before decolonization.
Both Macau and Belize went through years of violent rebellion before decolonization
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User: How was the process of decolonization in Belize similar to that in Macau? Both Macau and Belize underwent a prolonged process of decolonization. Both Macau and Belize went through years of violent rebellion before decolonization. Both Macau and Belize were Portuguese colonies that were returned to China. Both Macau and Belize saw mass economic depression shortly before decolonization.

Weegy: Both Macau and Belize went through years of violent rebellion before decolonization
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User: Which of the following nations used social media sites to organize protests? Algeria Morocco Egypt Chile

Weegy: Algeria used social media sites to organize protests.
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User: In which of the following would this sign have been used? Kenya in 1960 South Africa in 1980 Libya in 1965 Brazil in 1970

Weegy: Could you please clarify which sign you are referring to in the question?
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What prompted the early-20th century coup in Brazil? The urban middle class sought to overturn the coffee elite-controlled government. The tenantes sought to concentrate power at the top of the social ladder. The coffee elite felt that their favored social and economic position was threatened. The newly created trade unions established a minimum wage and child labor laws.
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