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In ancient Rome race was the determining factor of slavery.
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User: The key speaker at the 1963 rally in Washington who delivered the historic "I Have a Dream" speech was:

User: In ancient Rome race was the determining factor of slavery.

Weegy: True
Pinkygrl1183|Points 690|

User: Volunteering is a good way to see doors open for you to learn more about politics.

User: The Thirteenth Amendment was ratified on December 18, 1899 and concerned the abolition of slavery.

User: In 1870 the Amendment gave all male citizens the right to vote.

User: President Eisenhower's administration had nothing to do with promoting civil rights.

User: The "March on Washington" took place on August 28, 1963.

User: States now forbid operators of theaters, hotels, and restaurants to refuse service to minority groups.

User: Beginning about 1890, approximately twenty states enacted segregation laws directed primarily at African Americans.

User: Slavery was an established institution until the Twelfth Amendment was ratified on December 18, 1865.

User: Civics is a good course that a young person should study to prepare for a career in politics.

Weegy: Yes. Civics is a fundamental part of political science and it teaches the role of a citizens responsibility in politics. It also help us understand economics.
smartinez|Points 35|

User: Race consciousness became a strong issue in Europe as a result of:

User: President Kennedy's administration was one known for promoting civil rights.

Weegy: That's true
justpretty|Points 1075|

User: Race consciousness became a strong issue in Europe as a result of:

User: Which statement is NOT true?

User: Which statement is NOT true? A. States now forbid operators of theaters, hotels, and restaurants to refuse service to minority groups. B. Beginning about 1890, approximately twenty states enacted segregation laws directed primarily at African Americans. C. Slavery was an established institution until the Twelfth Amendment was ratified on December 18, 1865.

Weegy:
Expert answered|hossanacgs21|Points 15|

User: Slavery was an established institution until the Twelfth Amendment was ratified on December 18, 1865.

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