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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
industries. d. They went into an isolationist market economy.
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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