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Q: Ram Mohun Roy was an Indian Scholar who set up __________ societies. a. Socialist c. Nationalistic b. Educational d. Indian
A: Ram Mohun Roy was an Indian Scholar who set up EDUCATIONAL societies.
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User: Ram Mohun Roy was an Indian Scholar who set up __________ societies. a. Socialist c. Nationalistic b. Educational d. Indian

Weegy: The answer is A, socialist
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Ram Mohun Roy was an Indian Scholar who set up EDUCATIONAL societies.
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The answer is not A. Socialist. I looked it up and it is B. Educational.
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