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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 isolationists market economy.
b. They 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 isolationists market economy.

Weegy: b. They 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 a(n) b. independent position in European affairs.
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Germany was successful in recovery after the war, in large part, because it became a. a welfare state. c. democratic. b. a common market. d. socialist.
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Germany was successful in recovery after the war, in large part, because it became: DEMOCRATIC.
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How did the decision to nationalize some important industries impact Britain's economy? a. Allowed them to build up more quickly than the Germans. c. Forced the government to prop up industries. b. Allowed them to build up in a competitive way. d. Forced the government to close down imports and exports of certain goods.
Weegy: D. Forced the government to close down imports and exports of User: Which of the following best describes the economies of Eastern and Western European countries after the war? a. Eastern European countries did not recover as well as Western European countries. c. Both Eastern and Western European countries recovered quickly. b. Western European countries did not recover as well as Eastern European countries. d. Western European countries did not recover. Weegy: After the war (A) Eastern European countries did not recover as well as Western European countries. User: welfare state Weegy: Welfare refers to a broad discourse which may hold certain implications regarding the provision of a minimal level of wellbeing and social support for all citizens. [ In most developed countries, welfare is largely provided by the government, in addition to charities, informal social groups, religious groups, and inter-governmental organizations. In the end, this term replaces "charity" as it was known for thousands of years, being the voluntary act of providing for those who temporarily or permanently could not provide for themselves. ] User: Postwar West Germany became a. socialist. c. a constitutional monarchy. b. democratic. d. a limited dictatorship. Weegy: d. a limited dictatorship User: France maintained a(n) _________________ position in European affairs. a. dependent c. reliant b. independent d. negligible Weegy: d. negligible User: The European Community was formed to resolve differences between nations and prevent wars. Weegy: The European Community was formed to resolve differences between nations and prevent wars. - True (More)
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Postwar West Germany became DEMOCRATIC.
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France maintained an INDEPENDENT position in European affairs.
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