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Who gave the famous "Cross of Gold" speech that advocated for the coinage of silver? A. Booker T. Washington B. William McKinley C. James Garfield D. William Jennings Bryan
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User: Who gave the famous "Cross of Gold" speech that advocated for the coinage of silver? A. Booker T. Washington B. William McKinley C. James Garfield D. William Jennings Bryan

Weegy: William Jennings Bryan gave the famous "Cross of Gold" speech that advocated for the coinage of silver.
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User: Which of the following statements best reflects the economic policy of Harding and Coolidge? A. Both presidents wanted more government regulation of business. B. Both presidents wanted an active role in foreign affairs. C. Both presidents felt that government should take an active role in solving social problems. D. Both presidents wanted less government regulation of business.

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The following statement best reflects the economic policy of Harding and Coolidge: Both presidents wanted less government regulation of business.
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