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Which natural resource is found in the Sahara? A. gold B. silver C. salt D. water
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SALT is a natural resource found in the Sahara.
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When Jefferson took office, he A. encouraged Congress to renew the Alien and Sedition Acts. B. reduced the national debt by cutting government spending. C. raised taxes on stamps, land, and alcoholic spirits. D. expanded the nation’s army, navy, and bureaucracy.
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In the 1800s, laws were most likely to favor members of which religion? A. Protestant B. Catholic C. Jewish D. Mormon
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The National Reclamation Act directly affected the management of which natural resource? A. oil B. coal C. water D. lumber
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The National Reclamation Act directly affected the management of: WATER.
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A 1913 California law forced Japanese Americans to A. learn English. B. sell their land. C. sign unfair labor contracts. D. become United States citizens.
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