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The Great Depression was caused by all of the following except a. people took out too many loans for investment. c. stocks became worthless. b. stock prices became undervalued. d. banks did not have cash
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User: Fascism was a doctrine of __________. a. Socialism c. Totalitarianism b. Communism d. Democracy

User: The Great Depression was caused by all of the following except a. people took out too many loans for investment. c. stocks became worthless. b. stock prices became undervalued. d. banks did not have cash

Weegy: a. people took out too many loans for investment. The Great Depression was caused by all of the following except people took out too many loans for investment.
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User: In 1933, Hindenburg appointed Hitler as __________ of Germany. a. Vice -President c. Chancellor b. Secretary General d. Viceroy

User: Hitler’s movement of troops into the Rhineland and other acts of aggression violated the terms of the Treaty of Versailles and ______. a. prompted a warning from the League of Nations. b. prompted counter-armament from France. c. led to bombing by League of Nations forces. d. got no response from the Allies.

Weegy: Hitler s movement of troops into the Rhineland and other acts of aggression violated the terms of the Treaty of Versailles and prompted counter-armament from France,
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User: An ineffectual Italian monarchy led to the rise of fascism, or a. a constitutional democracy. b. moderate socialism. c. totalitarianism. d. a conservative republic.

User: Unemployment and old-age benefits were supposed to be provided by a. Economic Nationalism. c. the New Pension Plan of America. b. the Social Security Act. d. the Nationalists Security Act.

Weegy: UNnemployment and old-age benifits were supposed to be provided by: b. the Social Security Act.
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User: Economic nationalism meant a. nations would not trade with former Central Powers. c. nations discouraged imports. b. markets became more international. d. nations concentrated on production of war materials.

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Economic nationalism meant nations discouraged imports.
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Economic nationalism affected trade in the World by Nations did not want to trade with each other, as they valued their own goods as superior.
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