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17. In a free election in 1989, Lech Walesa came to power in A. Romania. B. East Germany. C. Poland. D. Hungary.
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User: 17. In a free election in 1989, Lech Walesa came to power in A. Romania. B. East Germany. C. Poland. D. Hungary.

Weegy: In a free election in 1989, Lech Walesa came to power in: C. POLAND.
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User: 18. During the 1950s, the advent of _______ created the largest and fastest-growing impact on American society. A. educational reform B. fundamentalist religion. C. television. D. suburban communities

Weegy: During the 1950s the advent of C. television created the largest and fastest growing impact on American society. [ - See more at: ]
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