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The National Reclamation Act directly affected the management of which natural resource? A. oil B. coal C. water D. lumber
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An economy that is based on mining or producing raw materials to be used in foreign industries is called A. an extractive economy. B. an export economy. C. a feudal economy. D. an industrial economy.
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The growth of the service economy caused A. an increase in American blue-collar jobs. B. a decrease in new small businesses. C. an increase in worldwide average wages. D. a decline in U.S. union membership.
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As American forces approached Japan, Japanese forces A. won an important victory in the Philippines. B. conquered every island the United States held. C. surrendered quickly and joined the Allied forces. D. fought to the end, preferring to kill themselves rather than surrender.
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