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The main reason President Nixon created the Environmental Protection Agency in 1970 was to A. regulate the transportation industry. B. address the growing need for energy. C. raise standards to protect national parks. D. set national guidelines on pollution control.
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The Muslim country of Pakistan was partitioned from __________ in 1947. A. India B. Kashmir C. Nepal D. Bhutan
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The Muslim country of Pakistan was partitioned from INDIA in 1947.

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