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The Weimar Republic was unpopular because a. it was a harsh regime. b. people felt the constitution was not fair. c. it did not promote German business well enough. d. it signed the Treaty of Versailles which lead to a severe economic downturn in Germany.
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Explain what the Treaty of Portsmouth did. In your answer, include what event the treaty addressed and what terms and conditions were presented for the parties involved in the treaty
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