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What was Nixon's role in the Watergate scandal? A. Nixon broke into the Democratic headquarters at the Watergate building. B. Nixon ordered the break-in. C. Nixon lied under oath when questioned about the break-in. D. Nixon attempted to obstruct the investigation of the break-in.
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User: What was Nixon's role in the Watergate scandal? A. Nixon broke into the Democratic headquarters at the Watergate building. B. Nixon ordered the break-in. C. Nixon lied under oath when questioned about the break-in. D. Nixon attempted to obstruct the investigation of the break-in.

Weegy: Nixon attempted to obstruct the investigation of the break-in was Nixon's role in the Watergate scandal.
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User: What invention allowed for the development of small personal computers? A. Satellites B. The Internet C. The fax machine D. The microprocessor

Weegy: The invention of microprocessor allowed for the development of small personal computers.
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User: Which of the following was a criticism of laws designed to protect the environment? A. Too much regulation would clean the water. B. Environmental laws didn't work to clean the environment. C. Too much regulation could hurt businesses. D. Too much regulation would attract illegal immigrants.

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Too much regulation could hurt businesses. This was a criticism of laws designed to protect the environment.
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