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In the 1700s, Latin American politics was dominated by a. the peninsulares. b. the mulattoes. c. the mestizos. d. the creoles.
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User: In the 1700s, Latin American politics was dominated by a. the peninsulares. b. the mulattoes. c. the mestizos. d. the creoles.





Weegy: In the 1700s, Latin American politics was dominated by a. the peninsulares.
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User: Francis Bacon, an English philosopher, believed scientists should a. use inductive reasoning. c. leave nature alone. b. rely solely on the Bible. d. use chance to study nature.

Weegy: Francis Bacon, an English philosopher, believed scientists should a. use inductive reasoning.
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Weegy: Axis Powers used b. Anti-Comintern Pact to hide their aggressive intentions
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User: Hitler invaded the Soviet Union for all of the following reasons, except a. to acquire land. c. to acquire raw materials. b. to acquire food. d. to acquire people.

Weegy: Hitler invaded the Soviet Union for all of the following reasons, except to acquire people.
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Weegy: General Ibrahim Babangida was known for harsh economic reforms, the prohibition of imports and execution of his critics
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User: To prevent further terrorist acts, the U.S. felt it was necessary to a. end the Taliban regime in Afghanistan. b. eliminate Muslims from the U.S. c. withdraw U.S. support of Israel. d. support the rebel Taliban fighters in Afghanistan.

Weegy: To prevent further terrorist acts, the U.S. felt it was necessary to a. end the Taliban regime in Afghanistan.
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Weegy: How was tourism affected by the events of September 11th? c. It slowed worldwide.
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User: Under his leadership, they formed a Free French government

Weegy: Under Charles de Gaulle leadership, they formed a Free French government
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User: Robert Owen was an influential leader of the ________ movement. a. Communist b. Democratic socialist c. Socialist d. Utopian socialist

Weegy: Robert Owen was an influential leader of the _d. Utopian socialist _ movement.
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