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To establish the Intermediate Nuclear Forces Treaty, Reagan negotiated with A. Yeltsin. B. Khomeini. C. Gorbachev. D. Brzezinski.
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User: To establish the Intermediate Nuclear Forces Treaty, Reagan negotiated with A. Yeltsin. B. Khomeini. C. Gorbachev. D. Brzezinski.

Weegy: To establish the Intermediate Nuclear Forces Treaty, Reagan negotiated with Gorbachev.
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User: During Lyndon Johnson's presidency, which of the following legislative or executive measures banned literacy tests? A. The Medicare Act B. The establishment of the Office of Economic Opportunity C. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 D. The Voting Rights Acts of 1965

Weegy: During Lyndon Johnson's presidency, the Voting Rights Acts of 1965 banned literacy tests.
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User: Which of the following was Eisenhower's most significant legislative achievement? A. Increasing the minimum wage B. The establishment of modern Republicanism C. The extension of Social Security benefits D. The Highway Act of 1956

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The Highway Act of 1956 was Eisenhower's most significant legislative achievement.
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To establish the Intermediate Nuclear Forces Treaty, Reagan negotiated with A. Yeltsin. B. Khomeini. C. Gorbachev. D. Brzezinski.
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To establish the Intermediate Nuclear Forces Treaty, Reagan negotiated with Gorbachev.

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In Twain's "The Private History of a Campaign that Failed," Smith, the blacksmith's apprentice, is given "ultimate credit" for A. being killed in battle. B. earning the rank of sergeant. C. naming the militia group's encampments. D. keeping the group trained and ready for battle.
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In Twain's "The Private History of a Campaign that Failed," Smith, the blacksmith's apprentice, is given "ultimate credit" for: being killed in battle.
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Analyzing Hawthorne's complex story "Young Goodman Brown," it's reasonable to conclude that Goodman Brown's perception or interpretation of events represents a setting at the _______ level. A. imaginary B. psychological C. literal D. supernatural
Weegy: D, despairing Read the last four paragraphs. "...staring around him like a bewildered man." "But Goodman Brown looked sternly and sadly into her face..." "A stern, a sad, a darkly meditative, a distrustful, [ [ if not a desperate man did he become from the night of the fearful dream..." And the last words of the story: "...they carved no hopeful verse upon his tombstone, for his dying hour was gloom." ] ] (More)
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Analyzing Hawthorne's complex story "Young Goodman Brown," it's reasonable to conclude that Goodman Brown's perception or interpretation of events represents a setting at the psychological level.
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Paul's tattered clothes are a symbol of his A. economic circumstances. B. desire to insult the faculty. C. rebellious nature. D. unconcern about what he looked like.
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Paul's tattered clothes are a symbol of his economic circumstances.
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