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The Minister of Information for the German Nazi government who used propaganda to incite hatred of groups such as Jews, Communists, and Gypsies during the 1930s and 1940s was
Weegy: the middle class standard of living so many German families enjoyed was ruined by events outside of Germany, beyond their control. [ [ The Great Depression began and they were cast into poverty and deep misery and began looking for a solution, any solution ] ] User: i was asking who was he Weegy: question? User: i just put the question i was asking who was the minister of information for the nazi government who used the propaganda in the 30s and 40s Weegy: 30+40= 70. Do you have another math question for Weegy?The Minister of Information for the German Nazi government who used propaganda to incite hatred of groups such as Jews, Communists, and Gypsies during the 1930s and 1940s was A. [ Leni Riefenstahl. B. Joseph Goebbels. C. Paul von Hindenburg. D. Adolf Hitler. ] User: what?? Weegy: Joseph Goebbels. (More)
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Joseph Goebbels.
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how are the types of revenue collected and spending that take place at the state and federal levels of government similar
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Individual income taxes and payroll taxes now account for four out of every five federal revenue dollars. Corporate income taxes contribute another 12 percent. Excise taxes, estate and gift taxes, customs duties, and miscellaneous receipts (earnings of the Federal Reserve System and various fees and charges) make up the balance. The composition of tax revenue has changed markedly over the past half century, with payroll taxes contributing an increasing, and corporate income and excise taxes a decreasing, share of the total, but the share provided by individual income taxes has remained roughly constant...................Just over half of federal government spending in fiscal 2008 was mandatory, covering all expenditures that are controlled by laws other than appropriations acts (see figure 1). Almost all such spending is for entitlements, expenditures for which depend on individual eligibility and participation, and which are funded at whatever level is needed to cover the resulting costs......spending of governments...Mandatory spending has claimed a much larger share of the federal budget over the past four decades, more than doubling from about one-fourth of federal spending in 1962 to just over half today (see figure 2). In contrast, the share of the budget going for discretionary spending has fallen from two-thirds in 1962 to about two-fifths now. Interest on the national debt has fluctuated over the period: it climbed from 6 percent in 1962 to more than 15 percent in the mid-1990s, fell to about 7 percent in the early 2000s, and then rose again in recent years.....# About half of fiscal 2008 discretionary spending paid for defense, and most of the rest went for domestic programs such as agricultural subsidies, highway construction, and the federal courts (see figure 3). Only 3 percent of discretionary spending funded international activities, such as foreign aid. # Social Security claimed just over one-third of mandatory spending in fiscal 2008 (see figure 4). Medicare and Medicaid took up 25 percent and 13 percent, respectively. The remaining 28 percent covered income security programs (such as food stamps), retirement and disability programs (including pensions for federal retireees), and other programs.
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what are the ways in which the Ninth, Tenth, and Fourteenth Amendments work together to protect an individual's rights.
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Ninth, Tenth, and Fourteenth Amendments work together by the way of providing generally that rights not specified and powers not delegated to the federal government and the process clause to absorb provisions of the Bill of Rights and apply them against state governments.
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