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Q: Factories were willing to employ women and children because they a. achieved higher levels of education than men. c. worked for less money. b. were preparing them for careers that would benefit them
later in life. d. were more careful and achieved high levels of safety.
A: Factories were willing to employ women and children because they worked for less money.
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User: Factories were willing to employ women and children because they a. achieved higher levels of education than men. c. worked for less money. b. were preparing them for careers that would benefit them later in life. d. were more careful and achieved high levels of safety.

Weegy: Factories were willing to employ women and children because they worked for less money.
vonna79|Points 538|

User: The Factory Act of 1833 called for a. compensation for injured workers. c. regularly scheduled breaks. b. an eight hour day. d. factory inspections.

Weegy: The answer is letter d. factory inspections.
drako888|Points 77|

User: Groups that control all stages of an industry are called a. corporations. c. cartels. b. stockholders. d. monopolies.

Weegy: .Groups that control all stages of an industry are called d MONOPOLIES
selymi|Points 11611|

User: Low demand for products often results in all of the following, except a. a decrease in the unemployment rate. c. a decrease in individual purchasing power. b. the closing of factories. d. workers being laid off.

Weegy: A. decrease in the unemployment. Low demand for products often result in the closing of factories, a decrease in individualism purchasing power and workers are being laid off except for decrease in the unemployment.
Tachek|Points 250|

User: Low demand for products often results in all of the following, except a. a decrease in the unemployment rate. c. a decrease in individual purchasing power. b. the closing of factories. d. workers being laid off.

Weegy: A. decrease in the unemployment. Low demand for products often result in the closing of factories, a decrease in individualism purchasing power and workers are being laid off except for decrease in the unemployment.
Tachek|Points 250|

User: Alternating periods of prosperity and decline are called a. monopolies. c. the business cycle. b. supply and demand. d. the production cycle.

Weegy: Alternating periods of prosperity and decline are called: c. the business cycle.
lpeples|Points 280|

User: ________ is the political system in which the government peacefully takes control of production, while the citizens retain partial control over economic planning. a. Communism b. Democratic Socialism c. Socialism d. Utopian Socialism

Weegy: B. Democratic Socialism is the political system in which the government peacefully takes control of production, while the citizens retain partial control over economic planning The answer is B. [ Democratic Socialism ]
shinshin|Points 108|

User: ________ is the political system in which the government peacefully takes control of production, while the citizens retain partial control over economic planning. a. Communism b. Democratic Socialism c. Socialism d. Utopian Socialism

Weegy: B. Democratic Socialism is the political system in which the government peacefully takes control of production, while the citizens retain partial control over economic planning The answer is B. [ Democratic Socialism ]
shinshin|Points 108|

User: A classless society, as described by Karl Marx, could also mean ___________. a. Democratic Socialism c. Communism b. Authoritarian Socialism d. Utopian Communism

Weegy: A classless society, as described by Karl Marx, could also mean a. Democratic Socialism.
weegy2x|Points 945|

User: Marx thought that the workers needed to unite and overthrow the capitalist government.

User: Socialism began as a reform in response to the injustice and abuses of the ________ system. a. capitalist b. communist c. proletariat d. utopian

Weegy: Socialism began as a reform in response to the injustice and abuses of the - a. CAPITALIST - system.
yumdrea|Points 2329|

User: Under democratic socialism, the government operates the means of production.

Weegy: It is true but please state your question
Kamuraz|Points 101|

User: Socialists felt that the government could improve conditions for all of society through colonialism and economic expansion.

User: Karl Marx believed that, to achieve his goals, the people needed to _______________. a. win political office c. petition for change b. unite and revolt d. vote in elections

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