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What are the stated purposes of Juché and Songun? to strengthen North Korea to demonize the United States to fix North Korea’s economic shortages
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User: What are the stated purposes of Juché and Songun? to strengthen North Korea to demonize the United States to fix North Korea’s economic shortages

Weegy: The stated purpose of Juché and Songun is to strengthen North Korea.
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User: How did Kim Jong Un become leader of North Korea? He was elected. He was named in the constitution. He was chosen by his father, Kim Jong-Il.

Weegy: Kim Jong Un become leader of North Korea because he was chosen by his father, Kim Jong-Il.
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User: What problem might North Korea have with members of one family being absolute rulers of the country for so long? Policies become set in stone, and change becomes very difficult. Social policies change at the whim of each leader, who is chosen every few years. Economic freedoms may increase, which would directly challenge the communist model.



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The problem North Korea might have with members of one family being absolute rulers of the country for so long is: Policies become set in stone, and change becomes very difficult.
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After World War II, which of the following changes occurred in Germany? Germany became two separate countries. Germany became four separate countries. Germany became part of the Soviet Union. Germany became one of the Allies.
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After World War II, Germany became two separate countries.
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