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Q: 1. Which of the following was true of Nixon's presidency? A. It tried to overthrow Johnson's Great Society agenda. B. It resisted affirmative-action legislation. C. It shifted responsibility
for welfare programs from the states to the federal government. D. It oversaw the establishment of the Environmental Protection Agency.
A: A. It oversaw the establishment of the Environmental Protection Agency
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User: 1. Which of the following was true of Nixon's presidency? A. It tried to overthrow Johnson's Great Society agenda. B. It resisted affirmative-action legislation. C. It shifted responsibility for welfare programs from the states to the federal government. D. It oversaw the establishment of the Environmental Protection Agency.

Weegy: A. It oversaw the establishment of the Environmental Protection Agency
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User: 2. Which of the following was Eisenhower's most significant legislative achievement? A. The establishment of modern Republicanism B. Increasing the minimum wage C. The extension of Social Security benefits D. The Highway Act of 1956

Weegy: D. The Highway Act of 1956 as Eisenhower's most significant legislative achievement.
Score 1|stickman|Points 6262|

User: 3. Which of the following statements is true of the Gulf of Tonkin affair? A. The destroyer Maddox was sunk by North Vietnamese gunboats. B. Johnson approved covert amphibious raids on North Vietnam. C. Congress was divided and only reluctantly passed the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution. D. Johnson sought passage of the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution in order to freely expand American involvement in Vietnam.

Weegy: B. Johnson approved covert amphibious raids on North Vietnam.
Score 1|sueschil|Points 100|

User: 4. Among instances of corporate malfeasance in the early twenty-first century, the _______ scandal was the most shocking and economically damaging for employees and shareholders. A. WorldCom B. Enron C. Tyco International D. American Tobacco

Weegy: Among instances of corporate malfeasance in the early twenty-first century, the Enron scandal was the most shocking and economically damaging for employees and shareholders.
Score 1|vonna79|Points 568|

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