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Market speculation resulted in which of the following? a. Stocks became overvalued. c. People were afraid to withdraw money from the market. b. Stocks became undervalued. d. People mainly used cash to buy stock.
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User: Market speculation resulted in which of the following? a. Stocks became overvalued. c. People were afraid to withdraw money from the market. b. Stocks became undervalued. d. People mainly used cash to buy stock.

Weegy: b.stocks became undervalued.
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User: Fears about the spread of fascism and communism were a driving force during a. World War I. c. Spanish Civil War. b. World War II. d. Anglo-Egyptian War.

Weegy: c. Spanish Civil War.
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User: What event occurred that forced the American government to abandon their isolationist view of the war? a. The Germans invaded Stalingrad. b. The attack on Pearl Harbor. c. The sinking of the Lusitania. d. The Battle of Dunkerque.

Weegy: the answer is b. The attack on Pearl Harbor.
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User: When reading a memoir, how can a person recognize themes the author explores? by asking a teacher or classmate for assistance by noting the publisher information inside the front cover by looking for facts and opinions that repeatedly show up by creating a list of unfamiliar words from the memoir

Weegy: When reading a memoir, how can a person recognize themes the author explores? by noting the publisher information inside the front cove
kces08|Points 238|

User: The Cold War was the cooling of relations between the Soviet Union and Western a. dictatorships. c. communists. b. democracies. d. socialists.

Weegy: The Cold War was the cooling of relations between the Soviet Union and Western DEMOCRACIES.




User: The U.S. supported Ferdinand Marcos, a dictator in the Philippines, because a. he was anticommunist. b. he had too powerful an army. c. the U.S. had pledged nonintervention in the Philippines. d. the U.S. did not want to start a conflict with the Soviet Union.

Weegy: c. the US had pledged nonintervention in the Philippines
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User: The September 11 attacks were determined to be the work of an international terrorist group known as a. al Qaeda. c. al Osama. b. Taliban. d. none of the above.

Weegy: The September 11 attacks were determined to be the work of an international terrorist group known as: a. al Qaeda.
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User: Communism and Fascists both supported the idea of a stronger state. However, Fascists believed a. that the government should have control over the economy as well. c. that big corporations should have more power and be independent from government control. b. that big corporations should be the government, and that a society run by the wealthy few would have more authority and power. d. that capitalism would lead to the downfall of society, and that personal wealth was a challenge to the authority of the government.

Weegy: Communism and Fascists both supported the idea of a stronger state. However, Fascists believed a. that the government should have control over the economy as well.
PherfOX36|Points 30|

User: What was the main cause of the Lebanese civil war? a. Land c. Race b. Religion d. Money

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Main cause of Lebanese civil war was Religion.
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