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Select all that apply. Media pieces circulated in America during the latter half of the 18th century: criticized England's rule over America explained the benefits of the Constitution to the
public helped the Federalists establish a central government sparked the American Independence Movement ended the Revolutionary War challenged freedom of speech and religion
as civil war ended, and americans as you can see now are still having the freedom on speech and religion
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User: Select all that apply. Media pieces circulated in America during the latter half of the 18th century: criticized England's rule over America explained the benefits of the Constitution to the public helped the Federalists establish a central government sparked the American Independence Movement ended the Revolutionary War challenged freedom of speech and religion

Weegy: as civil war ended, and americans as you can see now are still having the freedom on speech and religion
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User: Media coverage of Hurricane Katrina can best be described as which kind of journalism? biased public service insignificant ratings driven

Weegy: Public service. It is to show the rest of the world/country just what terrible things have happened in the natural disaster.
Expert answered|helen190390|Points 12|

User: Read the quotation from the play. The advantages of that poor woman who was here just now! The manners and habits that disqualify a fine lady from earning her own living without giving her a fine lady's income! Is that what you mean? Which of these themes is best illustrated in this passage? Social class systems only work when people stay within their class. Education offers fewer options for women. Manners are the key to success. Money is the only advantage in life.

Weegy: Social call systems only work when people stay in their class. The passage was referring to the woman being poor and ill mannered.
Expert answered|helen190390|Points 12|

User: Who plays the part of Ovid's Pygmalion in Shaw's play? Higgins Eliza Pickering Galatea

Weegy: Henry Higgins. He is the pigmalion character.
Expert answered|helen190390|Points 12|

User: Read the excerpt. Blair apologized, but assured survivors of the Hurricane that they had not been deserted. In fact, Blair said, embassy staff had been working "day and night" in an attempt to reach Britons trapped in a New Orleans Superdome stadium. Which part of this excerpt is subjective? that the prime minister defended embassy staff that the staff had been working day and night that the staff was in New Orleans that the Britons had been trapped

Weegy: the staff had been working day and night. Subjective means a subject's personal perspective



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