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The Weimar Republic explored eugenics as a solution to costly healthcare by __________. A. creating concentration camps to carry out genetic experiments B. encouraging those with hereditary
illnesses to be sterilized to prevent illnesses from being passed on to future generations C. instituting mandatory sterilizations of those with hereditary diseases D. establishing the Hereditary Health Court to sterilize those with genetic illnesses
The most appropriate answer is, B. encouraging those with hereditary illnesses to be sterilized to prevent illnesses from being passed on to future generations. [ The Weimar Republic explored eugenics as a solution to costly healthcare by encouraging those with hereditary illnesses to be sterilized to prevent illnesses from being passed on to future generations. ]
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User: The Weimar Republic explored eugenics as a solution to costly healthcare by __________. A. creating concentration camps to carry out genetic experiments B. encouraging those with hereditary illnesses to be sterilized to prevent illnesses from being passed on to future generations C. instituting mandatory sterilizations of those with hereditary diseases D. establishing the Hereditary Health Court to sterilize those with genetic illnesses

Weegy: The most appropriate answer is, B. encouraging those with hereditary illnesses to be sterilized to prevent illnesses from being passed on to future generations. [ The Weimar Republic explored eugenics as a solution to costly healthcare by encouraging those with hereditary illnesses to be sterilized to prevent illnesses from being passed on to future generations. ]
reubeng8304|Points 89|

User: Which of the following is not a reason why India’s efforts to reduce its population growth has had mixed results? A. It remains culturally important to have a son, and in many rural areas, people continue to have children until a son is born. B. There remains a disparity in the male/ female populations, and female babies continue to have a lower status. C. The use of forced sterilizations in the 1970s has led to distrust of government policies, especially in rural areas. D. The government has made little effort to increase the status of women, increase family planning and contraceptive access, or encourage couples to limit family size

Weegy: In India, Government efforts to reduce poverty through direct anti-interventions have yielded mixed results. [ Many of those programs, in fact, have missed their supposed target ? the poor ? and delivered their benefits to the economically more advantaged. (A.) It remains culturally important to have a son, and in many rural areas, people continue to have children until a son is born. ]
evelilly|Points 110|

User: Which of the following factors is not a reason why nations located along the Equator are more affected by disease? A. Many of these nations have low literacy rates. B. Many of these nations have unstable governments. C. Many of these nations have advanced industrial economies. D. Many of these nations have largely agricultural economies.

Weegy: Many of these nations have advanced industrial economies.-is not a reason why nations located along the Equator are more affected by disease.
emdjay23|Points 3078|

User: One major difference between how the Weimar Republic and the Nazi regime pursued eugenics is that __________. A. the Weimar Republic refused to pursue a policy of sterilization B. the Nazi government pursued a policy of voluntary sterilization C. the Nazi government pursued a policy of mandatory sterilization D. the Weimar Republic pursued a policy of mandatory sterilization

Weegy: One major difference between how the Weimar Republic and the Nazi regime pursued eugenics is that - - C. the Nazi government pursued a policy of mandatory sterilization.
yumdrea|Points 4401|

User: Partly because of the effects of AIDS on Botswana’s adult population, the majority of the country’s population is __________. A. 30 to 50 years old B. 40 to 60 years old C. under 5 years old D. under 20 years old

Weegy: Partly because of the effects of AIDS on Botswana’s adult population, [ the majority of the country’s population is under 20 years old. Source: ]
Expert answered|erikalui|Points 220|

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