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What did Bush mean when he referred to terrorist regimes as an “axis of evil”? A. The regimes coordinated efforts to seek and provide weapons for use in attacking the United States and its allies.
B. The regimes posed no real threat to U.S. citizens’ safety. C. The regimes were indifferent to the policies of the United States and its allies. D. The regimes either would need to cooperate with UN weapons inspectors or face possible sanctions
D. The regimes either would need to cooperate with UN weapons inspectors or face possible sanctions
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User: What did Bush mean when he referred to terrorist regimes as an “axis of evil”? A. The regimes coordinated efforts to seek and provide weapons for use in attacking the United States and its allies. B. The regimes posed no real threat to U.S. citizens’ safety. C. The regimes were indifferent to the policies of the United States and its allies. D. The regimes either would need to cooperate with UN weapons inspectors or face possible sanctions

Weegy: D. The regimes either would need to cooperate with UN weapons inspectors or face possible sanctions
Expert answered|drsyed19|Points 400|

User: Why were many Americans surprised when President Johnson supported civil rights? A. As a congressmen, he had authored “The Southern Manifesto.” B. He was a Southerner with an undistinguished record on racial matters. C. He had never been a strong supporter of Southern traditions. D. He had campaigned for Congress on a platform supporting segregation

Weegy: Many Americans surprised when President Johnson supported civil rights because B. He was a Southerner with an undistinguished record on racial matters.
Expert answered|drsyed19|Points 400|

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