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For the ___________ man, the priesthood was viewed as a desirable and respected occupation. a. English American b. Irish American c. Mexican American
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User: During WWII, many Italian Americans a. fought in the U.S. military against Italy. b. were confined in specific areas by the U.S. government. c. were placed in an internment camp in Montana. d. all of these

User: For the ___________ man, the priesthood was viewed as a desirable and respected occupation. a. English American b. Irish American c. Mexican American d. German American

Weegy: b. Irish American
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