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India followed the principles of a ____________, which allowed some aspects of society to be controlled by the government, while others were not.
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India followed the principles of a ____________, which allowed some aspects of society to be controlled by the government, while others were not. a. capitalist economy c. socialist economy b. mixed economy d. free market economy
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The Irish Republican Army (IRA) __________. a. worked to protect Ireland from invasion against fascist governments that were being formed in Europe b. carried out terrorist attacks in an attempt to force the British out of Northern Ireland c. is known as one of the largest and most powerful armies within the British Isles d. worked with the British government in an attempt to unify Britain and Ireland as one nation
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The Irish Republican Army (IRA): carried out terrorist attacks in an attempt to force the British out of Northern Ireland.

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in the famine mystique many women expressed a feeling of isolation and an almost invisibility in american society. true or false
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