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Nationalism is to pride in one's national identity as a _______ is to a group of people who share a common identity, a sense of unity, and a desire for self-government. A. nation. B. state. C.
region. D. country. ?
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User: Nationalism is to pride in one's national identity as a _______ is to a group of people who share a common identity, a sense of unity, and a desire for self-government. A. nation. B. state. C. region. D. country. ?

Weegy: The answer is "nation."
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User: The position of a place north or south of the equator is measured in. A. degrees of latitude. B. terms of relative location. C. terms proportional distance. D. meridians of latitude. ?

Weegy: The position of a place north or south of the equator is measured in C. degrees of latitude.
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User: Economic growth that assures basic resources for future generations is associated with ______ human development. A. Ecological. B. modern. C. Sustainable. D. "growth pole". ?





Weegy: Economic growth that assures basic resources for future generations is associated with C. Sustainable human development.
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