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Who assassinated President Lincoln? A. William Henry Seward B. Lewis Payne C. John Wilkes Booth D. Major Henry R. Rathbone
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User: Who assassinated President Lincoln? A. William Henry Seward B. Lewis Payne C. John Wilkes Booth D. Major Henry R. Rathbone

Weegy: John Wilkes Booth assassinated President Lincoln.



User: Abraham Lincoln became nationally known when he A. wrote the Gettysburg Address. B. ran for the Illinois state legislature. C. was elected to the United States House of Representatives. D. debated Stephen Douglas.

Weegy: Abraham Lincoln became nationally known when he debated Stephen Douglas.



User: Which of the following is NOT a legacy of Abraham Lincoln? A. a two term limit B. expanded presidential war powers C. the presidential debates D. emancipation and the Thirteenth Amendment

Weegy: A two term limit is NOT a legacy of Abraham Lincoln.
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User: The _______________________ freed all slaves in areas then "in rebellion against the United States." A. Twelfth Amendment B. Gettysburg Address C. Thirteenth Amendment D. Emancipation Proclamation

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The Emancipation Proclamation freed all slaves in areas then "in rebellion against the United States."
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Exit Which of the following is an example of a public good? A. when the government defends the country B. a road C. administering education systems D. building a library
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A road is an example of a public good.
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Which country has a single party system? A. France B. China C. Great Britain D. Germany
Weegy: France has a single party system. (More)
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China has a single party system.
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Weegy: The first U.S. state constitution adopted in 1776. User: In the context of government, what does "popular" mean? A. everyone likes it B. by the people C. something the media supports D. favored by elected officials (More)
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In the context of government, "popular" means by the people.
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Weegy: The granite rock shown above is an example of a heterogeneous mixture. User: Which of the following is a homogeneous mixture? A. iced tea B. apple pie C. orange juice D. vegetable soup Weegy: Orange Juice is is a homogeneous mixture. (More)
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