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In a famous speech, William Jennings Bryan A. refused to be allied with the so-called "silverists." B. declared that mankind shouldn't be "crucified on a cross of gold." C. declared his
staunch support of the gold standard. D. refused his nomination as the presidential candidate of the Populist Party.
B. declared that mankind shouldn't be "crucified on a cross of gold."
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User: In a famous speech, William Jennings Bryan A. refused to be allied with the so-called "silverists." B. declared that mankind shouldn't be "crucified on a cross of gold." C. declared his staunch support of the gold standard. D. refused his nomination as the presidential candidate of the Populist Party.

Weegy: B. declared that mankind shouldn't be "crucified on a cross of gold."
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User: With the vital assistance of _______, Theodore Roosevelt established the first comprehensive national conservation policy. A. William Howard Taft B. Samuel Hopkins Adams C. Gifford Pinchot D. Upton Sinclair

Weegy: a. william howard taft
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User: In 1916, Woodrow Wilson ordered General John J. Pershing to lead U.S. troops into Mexico to capture A. Francisco Madero. B. Porfirio Diaz. C. Pancho Villa. D. Victoriana Huerta.

Weegy: c.pancho villa
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User: Passed in 1935, Roosevelt's most significant reform measure was the A. Wagner Act. B. Fair Labor Standards Act. C. Social Security Act. D. National Labor Relations Board

Weegy: c.social security act
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