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Something that the government does to further the well-being of the public and the stability of society can be considered an enhancement of what? A. the public good B. society C. the economy D. the government's reputation
Something that the government does to further the well-being of the public and the stability of society can be considered an enhancement of public good.
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Votes from which two states were in question in the 1960 election between John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon? A. Illinois / Texas B. New York / Florida C. California / Iowa D. Georgia / Washington
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Votes from Illinois / Texas were in question in the 1960 election between John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon.

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