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Q: Why was the Tet Offensive considered a turning point in the Vietnam War? A. The United States and South Vietnam won a strategic victory. B. The massacre of unarmed civilians damaged support
for the war. C. U.S. forces destroyed supply lines between North and South Vietnam. D. The Vietcong and North Vietnamese demonstrated that they could still fight.
A: D. The Vietcong and North Vietnamese demonstrated that they could still fight.
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User: Why was the Tet Offensive considered a turning point in the Vietnam War? A. The United States and South Vietnam won a strategic victory. B. The massacre of unarmed civilians damaged support for the war. C. U.S. forces destroyed supply lines between North and South Vietnam. D. The Vietcong and North Vietnamese demonstrated that they could still fight.

Weegy: D. The Vietcong and North Vietnamese demonstrated that they could still fight.
rickjames|Points 884|

User: Why was the Tet Offensive considered a turning point in the Vietnam War? A. The United States and South Vietnam won a strategic victory. B. The massacre of unarmed civilians damaged support for the war. C. U.S. forces destroyed supply lines between North and South Vietnam. D. The Vietcong and North Vietnamese demonstrated that they could still fight.

Weegy: D. The Vietcong and North Vietnamese demonstrated that they could still fight.
rickjames|Points 884|

User: Why was the Tet Offensive considered a turning point in the Vietnam War? A. The United States and South Vietnam won a strategic victory. B. The massacre of unarmed civilians damaged support for the war. C. U.S. forces destroyed supply lines between North and South Vietnam. D. The Vietcong and North Vietnamese demonstrated that they could still fight.

Weegy: D. The Vietcong and North Vietnamese demonstrated that they could still fight.
rickjames|Points 884|

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Weegy: Hello! Do you have a question ask Weegy?
sipichapie|Points 4532|

User: Why was the Tet Offensive considered a turning point in the Vietnam War? A. The United States and South Vietnam won a strategic victory. B. The massacre of unarmed civilians damaged support for the war. C. U.S. forces destroyed supply lines between North and South Vietnam. D. The Vietcong and North Vietnamese demonstrated that they could still fight.

Weegy: D. The Vietcong and North Vietnamese demonstrated that they could still fight.
rickjames|Points 884|

User: Why was the Tet Offensive considered a turning point in the Vietnam War? A. The United States and South Vietnam won a strategic victory. B. The massacre of unarmed civilians damaged support for the war. C. U.S. forces destroyed supply lines between North and South Vietnam. D. The Vietcong and North Vietnamese demonstrated that they could still fight.

Weegy: D. The Vietcong and North Vietnamese demonstrated that they could still fight.
rickjames|Points 884|

User: Which of the following symbolized the end of communism in Europe? A. the fall of the Berlin Wall B. the collapse of the Soviet Union C. the destruction of a statue of Stalin D. the summit between Gorbachev and Reagan

Weegy: D. the summit between Gorbachev and Reagan
channaG85|Points 15|

User: President Ford’s policy toward the Soviet Union focused on A. changing Nixon’s foreign policy. B. protecting human rights. C. continuing to pursue détente. D. allowing more political freedoms.

Weegy: President Ford?s policy toward the Soviet Union focused on continuing to pursue d?tente.
Frankie17851|Points 2643|

User: The Warren Commission determined that A. President Kennedy’s assassin acted alone. B. President Kennedy was assassinated for political reasons. C. President Kennedy’s assassin could not be identified from available evidence. D. several people had conspired to assassinate President Kennedy.

Weegy: The Warren Commission determined that A. President Kennedy?s assassin acted alone.



User: What does the handshake between the soldier and civilian in this photograph symbolize? A. the Cold War B. the break-up of the Soviet Union C. unification of East and West Germany D. perestroika

Weegy: C. unification of East and West Germany- can you give me a picture of what your looking at so i can double check?
bananayumboat|Points 225|

User: Which group did Nixon target during his presidency to expand his base of support? A. blue-collar workers B. northern whites C. white-collar workers D. African Americans

Weegy: A. blue-collar workers
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User: In what way did the Civil Rights Act of 1964 affect employment in the United States? A. It gave employers the right to discriminate against people based on race. B. It gave employees the right to organize unions. C. It outlawed job discrimination and created the EEOC to investigate charges of job discrimination. D. It gave the federal government the right to segregate public schools. Reset Selection

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