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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?
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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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