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Q: Which of the following was not a significant effect of World War I on American society? Question options: the withdrawal of the federal government from domestic affairs, so that it could
concentrate on the war overseas an influx of women into many occupations previously reserved for men the vigorous suppression of antiwar dissent a growing demand on the part of labor for greater democracy at the workplace
A: the vigorous suppression of antiwar dissent
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User: Which of the following was not a significant effect of World War I on American society? Question options: the withdrawal of the federal government from domestic affairs, so that it could concentrate on the war overseas an influx of women into many occupations previously reserved for men the vigorous suppression of antiwar dissent a growing demand on the part of labor for greater democracy at the workplace

Weegy: the vigorous suppression of antiwar dissent
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User: Which of the following was not true of the 1912 election? Question options: Of the four candidates (Wilson, Taft, Roosevelt, and Debs), only Taft leaned at all toward the laissez-faire philosophy so familiar in the late nineteenth century. Wilson's victory ushered in a new wave of Progressive reform, affecting such areas as the tariff, the banking system, and the livelihoods of farmers and workers. Once elected, Wilson surprised many by shifting toward a conservative, anti-Progressive position.

Weegy: I believe you are missing an answer option? All of those are true. I found a similar question online that has the false answer as: B) Of the four candidates, only Debs challenged the legitimacy of capitalism.
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User: I heard that that answer is wrong.



Weegy: The closest false answer would be: Of the four candidates (Wilson, Taft, Roosevelt, and Debs), only Taft leaned at all toward the laissez-faire philosophy so familiar in the late nineteenth century.
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User: Thanks.

Weegy: You are correct by the way that the original answer I gave was false, my apologies.
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User: The Progressive movement drew its strength from... ) farmers middle-class reformers military leaders socialists

Weegy: farmers
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User: Which of the following was not a significant development in American race relations during the first two decades of the twentieth century? Question options: a growing impatience among black leaders with the accommodationist approach of Booker T. Washington the ascent of racial equality to the top of the Progressive agenda a mass migration of southern blacks to the industrial centers of the North

Weegy: the ascent of racial equality to the top of the Progressive agenda
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User: Electoral reform during the Progressive era Question options: 1) expanded the electorate significantly. 2) had little impact, especially in the cities. actually limited many Americans' right to vote. 5) did away with all residency requirements for voting

Weegy: 1) expanded the electorate significantly.
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User: The Treaty of Versailles... allowed Germany equal participation in the negotiation process 3) required Germany to pay over $33 billion in reparations 4) rejected Wilson's idea for a League of Nations 5) declared Ireland's independence

Weegy: 3) required Germany to pay over $33 billion in reparations
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User: The Committee on Public Information... 2) protected civil liberties. 3) was the government's attempt to shape public opinion. 4) was affiliated with the Socialist Party. 5) was limited in its efforts.

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