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What newspaper broke the story of the Watergate scandal? A. The New York Times B. The New York Post C. The Washington Review D. The Washington Post
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User: What newspaper broke the story of the Watergate scandal? A. The New York Times B. The New York Post C. The Washington Review D. The Washington Post

Weegy: The newspaper that broke the story of the Watergate scandal is: D. The Washington Post
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User: Which of the following men did Nixon defeat to win the presidency in 1968? A. Lyndon Johnson B. Robert Kennedy C. Hubert Humphrey D. Barry Goldwater

User: What did the publication of the Pentagon Papers reveal to the American public? A. that President Johnson was secretly trying to get the U.S. involved in a conflict with China during the later years of his presidency B. that Robert Kennedy had been assassinated by an extremist plot inside the United States government C. that military officers and government officials were deceiving the people of the United States about how the Vietnam War was going D. the President Nixon had secret recordings of the illegal activity he conducted while in office

Weegy: The publication of the Pentagon Papers revealed to the American public that military officers and government officials were deceiving the people of the United States about how the Vietnam War was going.
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User: What President Nixon did do on August 9th 1974 as a result of the Watergate Scandal? A. He gave a speech on national television proclaiming his innocence. B. He declared his innocence before Congress. C. He went to trial on obstruction of justice charges. D. He resigned from office.

Weegy: As a result of the Watergate Scandal, Richard Millhouse Nixon resigned from office on August 8 1974. Thanks for using Weegy!
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User: In what year did two United States astronauts land on the moon? A. 1962 B. 1965 C. 1969 D. 1971

Weegy: Answer: C. 1969
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User: Who defeated Jimmy Carter in the 1980 presidential election? A. Gerald Ford B. Ronald Reagan C. Barry Goldwater D. John Anderson

Weegy: i think, Ronald Reagan.
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User: What nation invaded Afghanistan in 1979 and was still occupying it in 1980? A. Iraq B. China C. Soviet Union D. Pakistan

Weegy: C. Soviet Union - invaded Afghanistan in 1979 and was still occupying it in 1980.
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User: What did S.A.L.T. stand for? A. Strong Agreement to Legitimize Tunisia B. Strong Alternative Legislation Treaty C. Strategic Agreement to Lessen Terrorism D. Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty

Weegy: Its D."Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty."
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User: All of the following ideas were a part of the Ronald Reagan's election platform in 1980 EXCEPT which one? A. shrinking the federal government B. increasing defense spending C. running a large budget deficit D. cutting taxes

Weegy: Ronald Reagan's 1980 campaign platform did not include C. running a large budget deficit.
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User: How was the U.S. economy in 1980? A. It was booming. B. It was in a depression. C. It was neither growing nor shrinking. D. It was in a recession.

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The U.S. economy in 1980 was in a recession.

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