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Select the best answer for the question. 16. What event triggered the start of World War I? A. The sinking of the Lusitania B. The Zimmerman Note C. The sinking of the Maine D. The assassination of Archduke Francis Ferdinand
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User: Select the best answer for the question. 16. What event triggered the start of World War I? A. The sinking of the Lusitania B. The Zimmerman Note C. The sinking of the Maine D. The assassination of Archduke Francis Ferdinand

Weegy: The assassination of Archduke Francis Ferdinand triggered the start of World War I.
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User: Select the best answer for the question. 17. What was the name given to the organization of farmers dedicated to calling for regulation of railroads and providing education to farmers? A. Progressive Party B. Farmers' Party C. The Farmers' Guild D. The Grange

Weegy: The Grange was the name given to the organization of farmers dedicated to calling for regulation of railroads and providing education to farmers.
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User: Select the best answer for the question. 18. What was the name given to journalists who focused on the poverty and corruption in the cities? A. Carpetbaggers B. Crusaders C. Muckrakers D. Reformers

Weegy: Muckrakers was name given to journalists who focused on the poverty and corruption in the cities.
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User: Select the best answer for the question. 19. What law placed controls on foods and medicines in the early 1900s? A. The Federal Medication Act B. The Pure Food and Drug Act C. The Dawes Act D. The Federal Drug Administration

Weegy: The Pure Food and Drug Act placed controls on foods and medicines in the early 1900s.
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User: Select the best answer for the question. 20. Why did the United States get pulled into World War I? A. Mexico attacked the United States. B. The United States was shown a letter from Germany encouraging Mexico to invade America. C. Germany owed the United States money for war supplies.

Weegy: The United States was shown a letter from Germany encouraging Mexico to invade America is why the United States got pulled into World War I.
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User: Select the best answer for the question. 1. What was the result of FDR's court-packing scheme? A. The Supreme Court more willingly accepted a larger role for the federal government. B. The Supreme Court attacked New Deal programs more than ever. C. The Supreme Court split into two courts to better handle cases. D. The Supreme Court expanded to 11 members.

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The Supreme Court more willingly accepted a larger role for the federal government was the result of FDR’s court-packing scheme.

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Which of the following was a goal of Peter I of Russia? A. The return of Russia to the Roman Catholic Church B. Modernization of Russia C. The conversion of the Russian population to Islam D. Returning Russia to its ancient traditional values
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