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Which of the following statements is not true of propaganda in the Soviet Union under Stalin’s leadership? a. The citizens of the Soviet Union were bombarded with pro-communist and pro-Stalin messages. c. Schools taught students the evils of capitalism. b. Stalin’s propaganda was able to help gain the support of countries throughout the world, including the United States. d. Stalin was able to revive nationalism within the Soviet Union through the use of propaganda.
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Stalin's propaganda was able to help gain the support of countries throughout the world, including the United States. of the following statements is not true of propaganda in the Soviet Union under Stalin’s leadership
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According to Betty's account, what were the working conditions of the coal pits? Was the work easy or difficult? What does Betty say to give you that impression?
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Which of the following does NOT need to be considered when you are determining a source’s credibility? a. the author’s credibility b. the perspective of the topic c. the professional appearance of the source d. the type of information available from the time period
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At the onset of war, Britain and France participated in a series of unsuccessful talks to gain an alliance with which nation? a. Japan c. Poland b. the Soviet Union d. the United States
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At the onset of war, Britain and France participated in a series of unsuccessful talks to gain an alliance with: b. the Soviet Union.



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Although the U.S. had not yet entered World War II, the Atlantic Charter showed its support for ______________. a. Great Britain b. Japan c. Germany d. France
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