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Which most clearly expresses the meaning of Chief Joseph s phrase From where the sun now stands a. from this time on c. today b. in this exact place d. while there is still light
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Which most clearly expresses the meaning of Chief Joseph s phrase From where the sun now stands a. from this time on c. today b. in this exact place d. while there is still light
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Lincoln believed that the Civil War was the ultimate test of a. good over evil. c. the rights of individual states. b. the dedication of the South. d. how well the nation could hold together.
Weegy: Testing the endurance of American revolutionary ideals. "Now we are engaged in a great civil war ... testing whether that nation, or any nation so conceived and so dedicated ...can long endure. We are met on a great battlefield of that war." (More)
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Chief Joseph s purpose in this speech was to accomplish all of the following objectives except a. surrender his tribe to the federal government b. warn pioneers that they must leave the tribe s land or face attack c. explain why he will stop fighting d. describe his tribe s current situation
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As he stated in Gettysburg, Lincoln believed that the Civil War would affect the entire world because a. so many people died b. the war would eradicate slavery c. the war would show if a democracy could prevail d. his words would never be forgotten
Weegy: As he stated in Gettysburg, Lincoln believed that the Civil War would affect the entire world because: c. the war would show if a democracy could prevail. (More)
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