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Q: Which of the following leaders would be considered the most anti-revolutionary? a) Mazzini b) Cavour c) Garibaldi d) Bismarck
A: Bismarck is considered the most anti-revolutionary.
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User: Which of the following leaders would be considered the most anti-revolutionary? a) Mazzini b) Cavour c) Garibaldi d) Bismarck

Weegy: Bismarck is considered the most anti-revolutionary.
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User: Why was Otto von Bismarck nicknamed the "Blood and Iron Chancellor"? He suffered from an iron deficiency disease. He received a disabling wound in battle. He put political enemies into prison. He preferred to use armed force.

Weegy: D: He preferred to use armed force. he believed in a very strong army for control.
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User: Which of the following statements describes the relationship between the third German Emperor Wilheim II and Bismarck, prior to Bismarck's dismissal from government? The Kaiser played less of a role than did Bismarck in directing the foreign affairs of Germany. The Franco-Prussian War resulted in Wilheim II playing a larger role than Bismarck in German politics. Wilheim II wanted to end Bismarck's growing influence over German politics. The process of German unification was primarily led by the Kaiser with Bismarck playing a minor role.

Weegy: Wilheim II wanted to end Bismarck's growing influence over German politics. 20130303191743AAcOHgH
Expert answered|jeifunk|Points 8899|

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