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The 1920s was an era in which a New Woman emerged. Which was the least prevalent characteristic of her? (Points : 1) Sexual freedom Greta Garbo films Flapper culture
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Victorian morality was rejected in the 1920's, and the least prevalent characteristic of a women during that time.
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User: The 1920s was an era in which a New Woman emerged. Which was the least prevalent characteristic of her? (Points : 1) Sexual freedom Greta Garbo films Flapper culture Victorian morality

Weegy: Victorian morality was rejected in the 1920's, and the least prevalent characteristic of a women during that time.
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User: Though President Roosevelt in his first 100 days began to successfully restore a sense of calm to the nation, there was a bitter and contentious debate over the direction he was leading the nation. Which of the following persons was not a contemporary critic of FDR? (Points : 1) Father Charles E. Coughlin David Hackett Fischer Jouett Shouse Huey P. Long

Weegy: Which man was not an outspoken critic of FDR? C. Father Charles Coughlin
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User: Herbert Hoover won the presidential election in 1928 and lost in the 1932 election. In which year did he make the following statement? “The poorhouse is vanishing among us.” (Points : 1) 1928 1929 1930 1931

Weegy: 1928 is the year Hoover made the statement "The poorhouse is vanishing among us."
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