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What was the name of the belief system that considered wealth to be a measure of "fitness"? A. Revivalism B. Moral Relativism C. Social Darwinism D. Segregation
Social Darwinism was the name of the belief system that considered wealth to be a measure of "fitness".
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What was an important result of the Union victory at Vicksburg? A. The Union stopped a Confederate attack into the North. B. The Union now controlled the Mississippi River. C. The Union was now in charge of the Atlantic coastline. D. The South quickly gave up after Vicksburg.
Weegy: An important result of the Union victory at Vicksburg was that: The Union now controlled the Mississippi River. User: Popular sovereignty was a policy stating that A. voters in a state should decide whether or not to stay in the union. B. voters in a territory should decide whether or not to join the union. C. voters in a territory should decide whether or not to allow slavery in that territory. D. Congress should decide whether or not to allow slavery in a territory. (More)
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Farmers in the late 1800s wanted inflation because they hoped the rise in prices would increase their income.
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