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What called for a gradual withdrawal of U.S. troops in Vietnam? War Powers Act Vietnamization Pentagon Papers none of the above
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User: What called for a gradual withdrawal of U.S. troops in Vietnam? War Powers Act Vietnamization Pentagon Papers none of the above

Weegy: Vietnamization called for a gradual withdrawal of U.S. troops in Vietnam.
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User: What was the murder of more than 200 innocent Vietnamese villagers by U.S. troops called? My Lai massacre Da Nang massacre Ho Chi Minh massacre Khmer Rouge massacre

Weegy: The murder of more than 200 innocent Vietnamese villagers by U.S. troops is called My Lai massacre.

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User: Which of the following musical acts was not at Woodstock? Jefferson Airplane The Grateful Dead Jimi Hendrix The Beatles

Weegy: The Beatles was not at Woodstock.

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User: Which group played a key role in helping Ronald Reagan become president in 1980? American Indian Movement National Organization for Women La Raza Unida New Right

Weegy: The La Raza Unida Party was first organized by Mexican-Americans in Texas in 1970.

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User: Which administration's efforts to mislead the American people were revealed by the publication of the Pentagon Papers? Lyndon Johnson's John Kennedy's Richard Nixon's Dwight Eisenhower's

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Lyndon Johnson's efforts to mislead the American people were revealed by the publication of the Pentagon Papers.

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