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Coolidge backed immigration restrictions and tax reductions. True or False
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User: Coolidge backed immigration restrictions and tax reductions. True or False

Weegy: Coolidge backed immigration restrictions and tax reductions. TRUE.



User: Eisenhower, Kennedy, and Johnson all approved of the United States backing the South Vietnamese in their civil war. True or False

Weegy: Eisenhower, Kennedy, and Johnson all approved of the United States backing the South Vietnamese in their civil war. TRUE.

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