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India followed the principles of a ____________, which allowed some aspects of society to be controlled by the government, while others were not. a. capitalist economy c. socialist economy b. mixed economy d. free market economy
Weegy: ndia followed the principles of a b. mixed economy which allowed some aspects of society to be controlled by the government, while others were not. [smile] (More)
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Describe Hurston's attitude toward slavery and explain why you think she has been criticized for it. What do you think of her attitude, and why?
Weegy: Zora Neale Hurston was born somewhere between 1891-1901. Because throughout her life she was dishonest about her age no one is quite sure of her year of birth. She was born in the town of Eatonville, Florida. Eatonville is five miles from Orlando. [ It was an all African American town and was not a ghetto or a slum. Eatonville was the first all black community to be incorporated. In childhood Hurston grew up uneducated and poor, but she was immersed with black folk life. She had little experience with racism early on since the town was all one race. This caused her to have unconventional attitudes later in life which alienated her from others. Zora had two siblings: Sarah who was older, and John who was younger. Her father, John Hurston, preferred Sarah over Zora. He resented that Zora was born a girl. Her mother, Lucy Hurston, died when Zora was nine years old. Lucy strongly encouraged her to be independent and creative. She encouraged all of her children to "jump at de sun". After the death of her mother Zora was shuffled around by relatives and rejected by her father when he re-married. For a place to go, Zora resorted to being a hired domestic in several homes. ] (More)
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Which of the following did not occur under Cromwell s commonwealth? a. Taxes were raised. c. The army became stronger and more disciplined. b. The English Parliament took steps to create a representative form of government. d. The power of the monarchy increased
Weegy: Answer: d. The power of the monarchy increased. It was not possible, given that Cromwell was against monarchy. (More)
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An epitaph is something that you would most closely associate with ____________________. a. a record store c. a cemetery b. a ball game d. an artist s studio
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An epitaph is something that you would most closely associate with CEMETERY.

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