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Which event was most influential in turning American public opinion against Germany? A. the assassination of Francis Ferdinand B. the Sussex Pledge C. the invasion of Belgium D. the National
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D. the National Defense Act
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User: Which event was most influential in turning American public opinion against Germany? A. the assassination of Francis Ferdinand B. the Sussex Pledge C. the invasion of Belgium D. the National Defense Act

Weegy: D. the National Defense Act
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User: What did Wilson hope to accomplish with the League of Nations? A. He hoped to create a world organization where countries could gather and resolve their quarrels peacefully. B. He wanted the League of Nations to afford people the right to choose their own form of government. C. He proposed the League of Nations could insist that Germany pay reparations to the countries it damaged during the war. D. He believed the League of Nations could prevent freedom of the seas and free trade. Reset Selection

Weegy: He wanted the League of Nations to afford people the right to choose their own form of government.
gdemra|Points 114|

User: The build-up of the U.S. military in 1916 was an example of A. internationalism. B. isolationism. C. neutrality. D. preparedness.

Weegy: D) Preparedness
Karonher|Points 150|

User: The 1903 Muller v. Oregon decision upheld A. women’s right to vote. B. higher wages for women. C. women’s right to birth control. D. limited work hours for women.

Weegy: D. limited work hours for women.
danimai|Points 1504|

User: Use the table and your knowledge of social studies to answer the following questions. How did Wilson compensate for the reduced government income resulting from his lowering of tariffs? A. cutting government expenses B. creating an income tax C. taxing businesses D. charging federal interest on loans

Weegy: D. charging federal interest on loans
Booknerd_lizzy|Points 130|

User: For what purpose was the Women’s Christian Temperance Union formed? A. to become a third political party B. to gain universal voting rights C. to protect the home and ban liquor D. to improve workers’ conditions

Weegy: The Women?s Christian Temperance Union was formed: C. to protect the home and ban liquor. The purpose of the WCTU was to create a "sober and pure world" by abstinence, purity and evangelical Christianity. [ ]
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User: What was one goal of the Americanization movement during the Progressive Era? A. to extend voting rights to African Americans B. to increase support for the temperance movement C. to overturn segregation laws D. to make immigrants more loyal and moral citizens Reset Selection

Weegy: D
shiela098|Points 140|

User: Unlike Britain, France, and Russia, the United States A. controlled large areas of China. B. wanted to keep trade in China open. C. had no interest in trade with China. D. broke China into distinct spheres of influence

Weegy: The answer is B. wanted to keep trade in China open
Expert answered|dennis003|Points 233|

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