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15. Which of the following individuals can become a naturalized citizen? A. Anyone born inside the United States B. Anyone born outside the United States to parents who
aren't citizens of the United States C. Anyone born in a United States possession, as long as one parent is a citizen of the United States D. Anyone born outside the United States to parents who are both citizens of the United States
D. Anyone born outside the United States to parents who aren't citizens of the United States
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User: 15. Which of the following individuals can become a naturalized citizen? A. Anyone born inside the United States B. Anyone born outside the United States to parents who aren't citizens of the United States C. Anyone born in a United States possession, as long as one parent is a citizen of the United States D. Anyone born outside the United States to parents who are both citizens of the United States

Weegy: D. Anyone born outside the United States to parents who aren't citizens of the United States
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User: 16. The XYZ PAC operates on behalf of the XYZ interest group. Which campaign behavior of the XYZ PAC would be against current law? A. The PAC creates its own campaign for candidate Kroll and contributes to the campaign of candidate Loon. B. The PAC contributes $2,000 to Kroll and $4,000 to Loon because both claim to support the PAC's legislative goals. C. The PAC contributes $6,000 to candidate Kroll and $2,000 to candidate Loon. D. The PAC contributes $4,000 to the campaigns of Kroll, Loon, Marble, and Noonkester for a total of $16,000.

Weegy: answer is D. The PAC creates its own campaign for candidate Kroll and contributes to the campaign of candidate Loon.
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User: 17. During the Cold War, the United States foreign policy of containment consisted of A. deterrence and mutual assured destruction. B. wars and covert operations. C. deterrence and covert operations. D. wars and mutual assured destruction.





Weegy: During the Cold War, the foreign policy consisted of wars and covert operations.
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User: 20. Which one of the following political interest groups falls into the organized labor category? A. National Education Association B. National Audubon Society C. National Broadcasting Corporation D. American Rifle Association

Weegy: The National Education Association falls into the organized labour category.
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