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Q: The era of one-party domination that began in 1968 was different from past eras of one-party domination because a. the Republican party gained no new members in Congress. b. the Democratic party
gained no new members in Congress. c. one party controlled Congress while the other controlled the presidency. d. minor parties interfered with the power of the Republican party.
A: The era of one-party domination that began in 1968 was different from past eras of one-party domination because c. one party controlled Congress while the other controlled the presidency.
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User: The era of one-party domination that began in 1968 was different from past eras of one-party domination because a. the Republican party gained no new members in Congress. b. the Democratic party gained no new members in Congress. c. one party controlled Congress while the other controlled the presidency. d. minor parties interfered with the power of the Republican party.

Weegy: The era of one-party domination that began in 1968 was different from past eras of one-party domination because c. one party controlled Congress while the other controlled the presidency.
yeswey|Points 2707|

User: If inflation is low, jobs are plentiful, and the Republicans and Democrats each enjoy strong support, which type of minor party would be LEAST likely to attract voters? a. economic protest parties b. ideological parties c. single-issue parties d. splinter parties

Weegy: The answer is c. single-issue parties ; The Right to Life Party is an example of D. single-issue parties [ [ ] ]
bonaxle|Points 789|

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Public works bills are the appropriations of billions of dollars by Congress to be used for a variety of projects such as post offices, dams, and military bases.

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