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The term "holocaust" is best defined as __________. A. the total elimination of a population B. the destruction of life on a massive scale D. mass murder motivated by
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User: The term "holocaust" is best defined as __________. A. the total elimination of a population B. the destruction of life on a massive scale D. mass murder motivated by religious differences

Weegy: The term "holocaust" is best defined as __________. D. mass murder motivated by religious differences
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User: Gorbachev’s policies of perestroika and glasnost meant a. military growth and isolationism. . c. restructuring and openness. d. welfare and socialism

Weegy: Gorbachev’s policies of perestroika and glasnost meant . nationalism and rebuilding
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User: Which of these statements does not describe the importance of assimilation in Africa to Europeans? a. Assimilation would make it easier for Europeans to work with colonized peoples. b. Assimilation would make it easier for Europeans to control colonized people. d. Assimilation would encourage native people to create their own economies

Weegy: Which of these statements does not describe the importance of assimilation in Africa to Europeans? . Assimilation would encourage native people to buy Europeans products.
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User: Adam Smith believed that the invisible hand would enable the economy to be __________. A. self-regulated C. government regulated D. permanently stabilized

Weegy: Adam Smith believed that the invisible hand would enable the economy to b . socially structured
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