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A somewhat controversial amendment which is often referred to in National Rifle Association publications, would be the A. a. 2nd Amendment. B. b. 22nd Amendment. C. c. 5th Amendment. D. d. 1st Amendment.
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User: A somewhat controversial amendment which is often referred to in National Rifle Association publications, would be the A. a. 2nd Amendment. B. b. 22nd Amendment. C. c. 5th Amendment. D. d. 1st Amendment.

Weegy: A somewhat controversial amendment which is often referred to in National Rifle Association publications, would be the 2nd Amendment.
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User: The "establishment clause" and the "free exercise" clause of the 1st Amendment both refer to the freedom of A. a. assembly. B. b. speech. C. c. religion. D. d. the press.

Weegy: The "establishment clause" and the "free exercise" clause of the 1st Amendment both refer to the freedom of: religion.
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User: The event that is credited with the beginning of the American Civil Rights Movement began with a woman named Rosa Parks, A. a. in a school. B. b. on a train. C. c. on a bus. D. d. in the Supreme Court.

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The event that is credited with the beginning of the American Civil Rights Movement began with a woman named Rosa Parks, on a bus.

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