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Many scandals brought suspicions concerning Harding's credibility.
Weegy: What is the question? User: Is a true or false. Many scandals brought suspicions concerning Harding's credibility. Weegy: True - President Harding rewarded friends and political contributors, referred to as the Ohio Gang, with financially powerful positions. [ Scandals and corruption eventually pervaded his administration; one of his own cabinet and several of his appointees were eventually tried, convicted, and sent to prison for bribery or defrauding the federal government. ] User: thank you! (More)
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Urbanization gave black people hope of better opportunities and advancement.
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Is the world going to end Saturday may 21, 2011 ? User: Is the world going to end in the year 2012
Weegy: There are a number of December 21 2012 predictions about the end of the world, earth as we know it. [ Some say that on an ancient Mayan calendar 2012 points to the end of the world: they pick December 21 2012 as the exact day as that is when the calender ends. Others speak of a Nostradamus 2012 doomsday prediction. ] User: when is the world going to end? Weegy: Nobody knows when the world will end, religious people belive the saviour will come again soon, but scientific evidence suggests that the end of the world is far from near... User: amen Weegy: :) (More)
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Why did President Harding develop a program to return to normalcy?
Weegy: President Harding developed a program to return to normalcy because he believed normality was preferable to the state affairs at that point and time. (More)
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Which factors caused the enforcement of the Eighteenth Amendment to break down?
Weegy: Repeal was brought about by a number of factors, including the failure of enforcement. [ The concurrent-power provision let the states abdicate their enforcement responsibility to the federal government, which—though it expanded its efforts—could not fully curtail the illegal liquor trade. Although prohibition significantly reduced the amount of liquor being consumed and improved the health of Americans, it also stimulated the growth of organized crime and corruption. A federal study, the Wickersham Report of 1930, documented the breakdown of enforcement, especially in the larger cities. Changes in cultural attitudes toward liquor consumption further eroded support for the policy. Antiprohibition editorial writers, newspaper cartoonists, and journalists like H.L. Mencken heaped ridicule on the Eighteenth Amendment and its supporters. Moreover, the strongest organization behind the amendment, the Anti-Saloon League, lost much of its influence, just as lobbying organizations favoring repeal gained strength. Finally, the Great Depression, by destroying the claim that prohibition would assure national prosperity and by carrying predominantly “wet” Democrats into national office, assured the speedy demise of national prohibition. ] (More)
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