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The slave-trade cycle initiated by ship owners was known as the: a.Atlantic Triangle b.Underground Railroad c.New England slave trade
a. Atlantic Triangle.
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User: The slave-trade cycle initiated by ship owners was known as the: a.Atlantic Triangle b.Underground Railroad c.New England slave trade

Weegy: a. Atlantic Triangle.
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User: What was established in 1865 to help black people adjust to freedom and to help protect their civil rights? a.Civil Rights Council b.Freedman's Bureau c.Reconstruction Council

Weegy: b. Freedman's Bureau
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Weegy: False. That's imperialism.
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User: The New Deal was a set of policies that promised to cure injustices within the business and financial communities. True or False

Weegy: True
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User: President Nixon's plan to bring an end to the Vietnam War was called: a.the Nixon Doctrine b.Gulf of Tonkin Plan c.Vietnamization

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Weegy: b. Jimmy Carter
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Weegy: a. Congress was going to impeach him
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User: President Carter based his foreign policy on human rights. True or False

Weegy: true
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