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What was one major effect the G. I. Bill of Rights had on American culture in the 1950s? A. Millions of soldiers were encouraged to remain in the military to use the benefits of the bill. B. Millions of veterans went to colleges or technical schools under the provisions of the bill. C. Millions of veterans were given a single cash bonus as one of the benefits of the bill. or D. Millions of soldiers were given government jobs under the provisions of the bill.
Weegy: D. Millions of soldiers were given government jobs under the provisions of the bill. User: the truman doctrine stated that the united states would support greece and turkey with economic and military aid to prevent the spread of communism. This doctrine became the basis for: A. the united states' foreign policy during the cold war. B. the unites states' foreign policy of ignoring the soviet union. C. the establishment of the united nations' policy of appeasement. or D. the creation of the united nations' policy of armed involvement. (More)
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the truman doctrine stated that the united states would support greece and turkey with economic and military aid to prevent the spread of communism. This doctrine became the basis for: A. the united states' foreign policy during the cold war. B. the unites states' foreign policy of ignoring the soviet union. C. the establishment of the united nations' policy of appeasement. or D. the creation of the united nations' policy of armed involvement.
Weegy: Pronouncement by Pres. Harry Truman. On March 12, 1947, he called for immediate economic and military aid to Greece, which was threatened by a communist insurrection, and to Turkey, which was under pressure from Soviet expansion in the Mediterranean. [ Engaged in the Cold War with the Soviet Union, the U.S. sought to protect those countries from falling under Soviet influence after Britain announced that it could no longer give them aid. In response to Truman's message, Congress appropriated $400 million in aid. ] User: In 1955, Rosa Parks was arrested for violating the Montgomery segregation laws because she refused to sit at the back of a city bus. As a result,activists formed the Montgomery Improvement Association to boycott A. the voting polls. B. the lunch diners. C. the postal service. D. the transit system. User: The civil rights movement of the mid-twentieth century was successful because its activists A. carried out many nonviolent protests. B. incited riots in front of the White House. C. addressed civil rights issues through a series of formal debates. or D. presented Congress with a national petition in favor of civil rights. Weegy: C. addressed civil rights issues through a series of formal debates. (More)
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How did the Indian Removal Act of 1830 affect Native Americans? A. it forced them to leave their homelands and move north to Canada. B. It forced them to move north to Indian Reservations in Illinois. C. It forced them to move to the eastern seaboard and live in Virginia. D. It forced them to leave their traditional lands and move west to Indian Territory.
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The effect of the Indian Removal Act of 1830 on Native Americans was: D. It forced them to leave their traditional lands and move west to Indian Territory.

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