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Kulturkampf was a. an anti-democracy program. c. a pro-democracy movement. b. an anti-Bismarck program. d. an anti-Catholic moment.
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Kulturkampf was an anti-Catholic moment.

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Women and minorities gained ground during WW II primarily because: a. they demanded it from the government c. the government finally gave them their civil rights b. many men were in the military d. of Supreme Court decisions
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