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President Harding developed a post war program to return to normalcy because people were weary of fighting for causes and campaigns; they wanted to center their interest on their own betterment. True or False?
Weegy: true User: A movement of change in the postwar United States was: A) a return to normal state affairs Weegy: rephrase your questions please User: A movement of change in the postwar United States was what? Weegy: One movement was that Minorities made great strides forward during and after WW2. African Americans had shown that they were capable officers, excellent pilots, and fierce fighters. A good example is the Tuskegee airmen. [ These were a group of black fighter pilots who were very highly decorated for their exploits in the war. They are the best known example of minorities who proved the skeptics wrong. After the war, the Civil Rights Movement demanded (and got) change. ] (More)
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War stimulates a nation's economy by increasing production and jobs. True or false?
Weegy: true User: The United States president in the 1930s was Theodore Roosevelt. True or false? User: Four reasons why Japan wanted control of the nearby Pacific islands were: access to rubber and oil to evangelize for a gift to Germany expansion improved trade fishing Weegy: First, the Pacific Ocean is HUGE. It's pretty much the biggest singular thing on Earth barring a Hemisphere. It's so huge in fact that no one could cross it in a single go back in the first half of the 20th Century. [ [ So, if you wanted to be a major naval power in that ocean, you had to have relay islands where your fleets could refuel and resupply. Japan wanted to be a Naval Power, ergo, they needed islands to extend their Empire's reach. Japan, however, was a resource poor country. So they had to expand into richer and richer territory, first Korea and then China. As their military/industrial capacity grew, they could take more and more islands and convert them into bases to relay their fleet. It was also useful to have these islands as a buffer against an enemy like the United States, which normally couldn't field aircraft capable of reaching the Japanese home islands without first taking several Pacific islands in a military strategy called "island-hopping". Ultimately, like the guy at the bar who got his tab called in, the US cut off Japan's oil supply in an effort to stall Japanese aggression against China, a US ally. The Japanese Military ordered the Pearl Harbor Operation, which even the guy in charge of the attack said was a catastrophically stupid idea. He had been educated at Yale, and he knew America wasn't about to let an attack on its soil go unpunished. As it turned out, Japan didn't have enough of a buffer. Read more: ] ] User: Four reasons why Japan wanted control of the nearby Pacific islands were: A. access to rubber and oil to evangelize for a gift to Germany B. expansion C. improved trade D. fishing Weegy: First, the Pacific Ocean is HUGE. It's ... (More)
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Three islands seized by Japan included: A. Guam B. Corregidor C. Crete D. Wake E. Hawaii
Weegy: hawaii, Guam, and Wake Island User: What three nations were allies of the United States in the war with Japan? Britain France Australia China Russia Weegy: What three nations were allies of the United States in the war with Japan? It is the australia ; Britain ; China ; (More)
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If you ate a hamburger, you would probably only get about _____ of the original energy from the Sun. A. 10% B. 1% C. 0.1% D. 0.01%
Weegy: If you ate a hamburger, you would probably only get about B. 1% of the original energy from the Sun. (More)
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Until the 1970s, China had been completely isolated. true or false User: What event severely strained U.S.-Soviet relations? A. the Camp David Accords B. the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan C. the Iranian hostage crisis
Weegy: relations were further strained when the North Vietnamese, armed by the Soviet Union, launched a massive offensive on South Vietnam. [ The Nixon administration responded by resuming the bombing of North Vietnam and mining North Vietnam"s harbors, three weeks before a scheduled summit in Moscow. ] User: The foreign policy Jimmy Carter passed was based on views of human rights. True False Weegy: "Throughout his career, Carter strongly emphasized human rights. He took office during a period of international stagflation, which persisted throughout his term. [ [ The end of his presidential tenure was marked by the 1979?1981 Iran hostage crisis, the 1979 energy crisis, the Three Mile Island nuclear accident, the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan (at the end of 1979), 1980 Summer Olympics boycott by the United States of the Moscow Olympics and the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens" (Wikipedia). ] ] (More)
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True - from 1949 until the 1970s, China had been completely isolated from foreign cultures.
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