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What was President Polk's attitude towards the idea of Manifest Destiny?
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User: What was President Polk's attitude towards the idea of Manifest Destiny?

Weegy: The attitude of President Polk towards the idea of Manifest Destiny was: He was a supporter of American territorial expansion.
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Many Southerners dislike Carpetbaggers because, They took advantage of the political and economic chaos in the South after the Civil War.
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