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Kaiser William II refused to accept Bismarck’s power. True or false User: Who did Bismarck blame for attempted assassinations on the Kaiser? a. Socialists c. Catholics b. Liberals d. Wage Slaves
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Kaiser William II refused to accept Bismarck’s power. This is True.

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What role did imperialism play in Europe's push toward war? a. Imperialism pushed leaders to keep peace between their countries. c. Imperialism led to competition between countries for colonies, increasing tensions. b. Imperialists urged for peaceful alliances through protests and other demonstrations. d. Imperialists did not play a role in Europe at this time.
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Trees obtain carbon from _______. a. decaying organisms b. sunlight c. the atmosphere d. none of the above
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Fluctuations in seasons would likely have the greatest effect on Canadian geese migration.

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