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Which event was most influential in turning American public opinion against Germany? A. the assassination of Francis Ferdinand B. the Sussex Pledge C. the invasion of Belgium D. the National Defense Act
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In his first term, President George W. Bush cut taxes to A. finance education reform. B. stimulate the economy. C. increase the budget deficits. D. cover prescription drugs in Medicare.
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In his first term, President George W. Bush cut taxes to stimulate the economy.
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