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What program, created as part of the Great Society, provides hospital insurance for Americans age 65 or older? A. Welfare B. Unemployment insurance C. Social Security D. Medicare
Medicare is the program, created as part of the Great Society, provides hospital insurance for Americans age 65 or older.
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Which of the following was a reason for the growth of cities in the late 1800s? A. The federal government passed the Urban Act of 1870, which required people to move to cities. B. Too many people were already living in rural or country areas. C. Factory jobs were plentiful and available in the cities. D. The cities offered much more space for people.
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Factory jobs were plentiful and available in the cities was a reason for the growth of cities in the late 1800s.

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What two nations emerged as superpowers after World War II? A. The United States and China B. The United States and the Soviet Union C. Britain and France D. The United States and Britain
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The two nations emerged as superpowers after World War II are: The United States and the Soviet Union.

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What was a reason for the spread of consumerism after World War II? A. There was a ration system put in place. B. Americans felt it was patriotic to buy goods to support the economy. C. Americans were making more money than before. D. Americans were required by law to spend a portion of their income every year.
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Americans were making more money than before, was a reason for the spread of consumerism after World War II.
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