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User: nationalization

Weegy: Nationalization is the process of taking a private industry or private assets into public ownership by a national government or state.


User: Poor economies and instability led Central European nations to become a. dictatorships. c. democracies. b. republics. d. communist.

Weegy: Poor economies and instability led Central European nations to become DICTATORSHIPS.

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User: The Maginot Line was a. the new French border. b. a line of credit for French farmers. c. a new part of the French army. d. a wall built to keep out the Germans.

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The Maginot Line was a wall built to keep out the Germans.
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