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What was the purpose of the Rowlatt Act? Answer 1. Allowed the British to control the economy of India 2. Extended British control over Indians to quell public unrest and root out conspiracies. 3. An embargo on Indian goods to Great Britain. 4. The British would conscripted Indians into the British army.
Weegy: The Rowlatt Act was a law passed by the British Raj in India in March 1919, indefinitely extending "emergency measures" enacted during the First World War in order to control public unrest and root out conspiracy. [ This act effectively authorized the government to imprison, without trial, any person suspected of terrorism living in the Raj. The Rowlatt Acts gave British imperial authorities power to deal with revolutionary activities. ... (More)
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What was the purpose of the Rowlatt Act? Answer 1. Allowed the British to control the economy of India 2. Extended British control over Indians to quell public unrest and root out conspiracies. 3. An embargo on Indian goods to Great Britain. 4. The British would conscripted Indians into the British army.
Weegy: The answer is number 2. Extended british control over Indians to quell public unest and root out conspiracies. The Rowlatt Act of 1919 allowed the British Government to arrest people and keep them in prisons without any trial for terrorism. (More)
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How did President Franklin Delano Roosevelt propose to fight the Great Depression? Answer A. By increasing production of military weapons and equipment, B. by buying up stocks at pre-October 1929 prices. C. with a government program known as the New Deal D. by heavily taxing exported goods.
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Weegy: In 1914, which factor created tensions in Europe? D. All of the above User: Why did the United States refuse to ratify the Covenant of the League of Nations? Answer A. The United States did not want to be tied economically to other countries. B. The United States was worried that it may be forced into another war. C. The United States did not want to pay the international dues. D. Russia refused to join the League of ... (More)
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