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After the war, what did Great Britain do to try to recover economically? a. They went into a free market economy. c. They decided to nationalize all industries. b. They decided to nationalize some
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After the war, in order to try to recover economically, Great Britain decided to nationalize some industries.
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User: After the war, what did Great Britain do to try to recover economically? a. They went into a free market economy. c. They decided to nationalize all industries. b. They decided to nationalize some industries. d. They went into an isolationist market economy.

Weegy: After the war, in order to try to recover economically, Great Britain decided to nationalize some industries.
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User: rance maintained a(n) _________________ position in European affairs. a. dependent c. reliant b. independent d. negligible

Weegy: France maintained an independent position in European affairs.
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